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SPECIFICATIONS FOR 



THE 1974 RHODODENDRON 



PRINTING - Jostens/American 

Yearbook Company; Mr. Al Dexter, 

representative 

6000 copies 

464 pages 

8 1/2x11 trim size 

PAPER - Champion Wedgewood, 
coated off -set dull, 100 pound 

ENDSHEETS AND DIVISION 
PAGES - 65 pound embossed cover 

BINDING - Smythe sewn, rounded 
and backed, cased into cover with 
headbands 

COVER - 160 point binders board, 
custom embossed on Red Cordoba 
with black rub 

COPY - Univers-text, Avant Garde - 
headlines 

CLASS PHOTOGRAPHY - Stevens 
Studios, Bangor, Maine 

PHOTOGRAPHY - ASU Photographic 
Services; News Bureau 

TYPESETTING - ASU Typesetting 
Services 

SPECIAL EFFECTS - ASU Printing 
Services 

ART WORK - Susan Jones; News 
Bureau 



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TO the reader. ..a book is usually 
composed of a beginning and an 
end. This year, however; there 
are two beginnings - because I feel 
that there is more than one way to 
relive a past experience. 

The 1974 RHODODENDRON staff 
has worked numerous hours in order 
to bring to you, the students, faculty, 
and administration of Appalachian 
State University, a book that is both 
relevant and enjoyable to read. The 
book was ours for one year as we 
carefully transferred our ideas onto 
paper. ..now the 1974 
RHODODENDRON belongs to you. 



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EDITOR'S NOTE/3 



Beginning ... of a book, or of a story, 
true or fictitious ... By taking 
individual letters and connbining them 
to form words, by grouping these words into 
sentences, and arranging these sentences into 
some type of pattern- and individual life can 
be relived. With the visual aid of pictures, 
the year 1973-74 can be viewed as many 
times and in as many different ways as each 
person's imagination will let it be seen. 
Emotions reappear, and change, as the 
seasons drift from one to another, or as a 
competitive game comes to a close, with 
some rejoicing and others feeling the pain of 
defeat. Maybe the senses can once again hear 
music, smell the flowers or feel someone's 
touch. 

To some people at ASU, the year was filled 
with life, interaction, and emotion. For 
those people, use your imagination to 
recapture and enjoy the year 1973-74. 











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6/INTRODUCTION 








Spring 
Summer 



Fall 



Winter 



People 

Departments 

Club Activities 

Intramurals 

Scenics 

Features 

Athletics 

Concerts 



INTRODUCTION/7 




8/TREES 




TREES/9 



On 
Campus 

Living 



To 3500 students at ASU home is now a 
single room tucked away in a maze of 
hallways. There is security and 
companionship from a roommate or from an 
endless number of dorm inhabitants. 
Different origins, religions, races, ages, 
personalities, and interests provide 
challenges for the individual. There are 
always people to talk to and to listen to, 
play paddleball with, eat with, socialize and 
study with. No hassles of electric bills, water 
bills, transportation to classes, groceries, and 
cooking. For some it is a comfort to be 
assured of being provided with food, shelter, 
and clean laundry. For others, it would be a 
relief to get away from the close quarters, 
institutional food, and the rest of on-campus 
requirements. 



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To work, to help, and to be helped, to 
learn synnpathy through suffering, to 
learn faith by perplexity, is to reach 
truth through wonder, behold! - this is what 
it means to prosper, this is what it is to live. 



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Off 

Campus 
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The other 4000 at ASU usually find 
themselves moving away from campus 
at the first convenient moment. Now 
it is possible to eat breakfast at noon, lunch 
at 3:00, and dinner at 8:00 that night. No 
more hunting up the campus police when it 
is after curfew. No more hearing your next 
door neighbor through the electric socket. 
No more traffic tickets because you forgot 
to move your car from the stadium parking 
lot. Now it is possible to stay in Boone after 
the tourists are gone, when there is snow on 
the ground during holidays, or when you 
just want some time to be alone. But with 
this new freedom comes a new type of 
loneliness for some people. When you need 
people they are not always around. The 
feeling of being a part of the university can 
tend to fade. There are more bills and 
responsibilities. But to most of these 
"others", the new problems and situations 
are a welcome challenge. 



OFF CAMPUS/15 




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16/BASEBALL 





BASEBALL/17 



Under the leadership of Dr. Frank 
Lovrich, the Mountaineer Baseball 
team ended the 1973 season by win- 
ning the Southern Conference title. The de- 
fending SC titlists, who split two gannes dur- 
ing last season's District III playoffs in their 
first appearance in an NCAA post-season 
tournament, have four AII-SC players-two 
who were All-District Ill-back in the fold to 
form the nucleus of another possible cham- 
pionship squad. 

Going into the 1974 season, ASU has a new 
coach, Jim Morris, who joined the staff this 
past fall after working as an assistant coach 
at North Carolina. Returning to the ASU 
staff is Jim Timmons as assistant coach. 
''Sure, we probably rate as favorites to re- 
peat as conference champion this year." said 
Morris, "but the league will be better bal- 
anced this season, and there will be stronger 
competition within the conference-which I 
think is great." 









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20/S.G.A. ELECTIONS 



Elections 

Elections 73 marked another year of 
campaigning. Malcolm Carroll ran 
against Barry Ritchie, Randy Shaver 
and Robert Leak while Jeff Morgan 
campaigned against Lynn Murphy and Earl 
Sheridan. Ron Tuttle tried successfully 
against Dan Crookshank while Sue Eccles 
was unopposed. 

The different campaign factions posed issues 
from cable television to a more liberal 
mealbook program. Apathy was shown by 
the student body as usual but for those who 
were campaigning, the elections were close. 




S.G.A. ELECTIONS/ 21 



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Tom Rush 

Whole Oats 

Stoney Creek 

SpriggsondBringie 

Tracy Nelson and Mother Earth 



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RALLY/ 33 



Rally weekend offered something for 
each student. There was everything 
fronn the rock and roll of the Doobie 
Brothers to the soft sound of Whole Oats. 
There was sonnething for each student to 
enjoy. Many say that this was the best Rally 
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he College of Continuing Education, 
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The office of Summer Sessions is 
responsible for all academic program 
activities taking place during the summer 
months. The Camp Program coordinates all 
activities that take place at Camp 
Broadstone. The Office of Extension and 
Field Services coordinates the development 
of extension Courses that extends as far 
south as Florida. The Student Internship 
Program enables students to evaluate and 
put into practice their classroom work. The 
fifth and last, the Continuing Education 
Center which will host a wide variety of 
professional, business and academic 
organizations. 



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Call it ''Deliverance/' Grand Prix or a 
test of bravery. For those who 
experienced the Inner-tube River 
Race, directed by the Intramural 
Department, it was a conglomerate of them 
all. During the summer and again in the fall, 
students gathered to challenge Watauga 
River. The course, beginning at highway 105 
and running parallel to 194 toward Valle 
Crusis, proved to be more than just Kraut 
Creek. Back on shore, comments ranged 
from "idiots!" to "it just wasn't long 
enough!" 



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A.S.U. Marching Band 









76/MARCHING BAND 




nee again the color and sound-power 

of North Carolina's ''Band of 

Distinction" has filled Appalachian's 

Conrad Stadium. This year the band went 

through its usual rugged week of band camp 

before school, putting in over forty hours of 

rehearsal time. All that could not be 

accomplished here had to be done in the 

band's regular rehearsal time or early on 

Saturday mornings before games. 

This year the band performed at all 

home football games and traveled to three 

away games: Furman University, East 

Tennessee State University, and the 

University of South Carolina. 

At the Homecoming and Christmas 
parades the Marching Band filled the 
occasion with the appropriate spirit, and 
topped that off with that genuine 
Mountaineer spirit that belongs to every 
ASU student. 

All the long hours and headaches that 

go into getting ready for a successful 
performance have paid off. Directed by Mr. 
Joe F. Phelps, the core of the Marching 
Band's success, and led on the field by Drum 
Major John Alexander, the 108 playing 
members, 16 flaggers, and 6 majorettes of 
the Marching Band entertained the crowds 
and did their best to build that "good old 
Mountaineer spirit." 

The pride that flowed from the 
Marching Band was evident from each of its 
130 members as the band exemplified the 
spirit of the "profession". There Is 
something mystic about how 130 people, 
each doing a different pattern of movement, 
can form into a kaleidoscope of sound and 
color. But if there is one band that does it 

well, it is ASU's own North Carolina's 

"Band of Distinction"! 



MARCHING BAND/77 



Football 







78/FOOTBALL 



Inexperience, injuries to key starters, 
and youthful mistakes due to that 
inexperience plagued ASU throughout 
the season. However, despite what head 
coach Jim Brakefield described as a 
"disappointing season," Appalachian's 1973 
football team made some rather significant 
strides in its growth to major college status. 
In only its second season as a member of the 
Southern Conference, ASU climbed from 
the league cellar to a tie for fourth place in 
the eight-team loop, setting no less than a 
dozen new records in the process. 




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Goose 
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"After three appearances in four years you'd 
think they'd worn out their welconne but 
they proved otherwise by bringing out 2800 
people— their largest crowd yet." 



Jeff Aaron 
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Crowd reaction to Blood, Sweat and Tears 
varied. Many felt that more old hits should 
be played but there were those who enjoyed 
the percussion. The concert drew over 4000 
and proved to be very profitable. Blood, 
Sweat and Tears is almost a different group 
now, so the crowd realized that they are a 
group of talented performers. 




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Endurance - a quality characteristic of 
the ASU Cross Country team. Running 
along city streets, in all kinds of 
weather, requires the determination which 
team members have shown during the year. 
The united effort of the runners creates a 
team worthy of distinction. 




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Fast. Fantastic. Fun. These three words 
describe the sport of field hockey. 
This year's ASU Women's Field 
Hockey Team put these words into action. 
Although the season's record was 5-2-5, the 
Lady Apps showed well the entire season. 
Spirit, teamwork and enthusiasm increased 
with each game. 

Coach Vi Clark, in her second season as head 
mastermind, guided the team through 
regular season and tournament play and was 
closely aided by captain Lil Fesperman. 
Coach Clark's efforts were rewarded by the 
placement of four players on the two Deep 
South teams. Pat Dunn, Patti Hart, Lynn 
Kearney and Sherry Salyer represented the 
Deep South Association in the Southeastern 
tournament in Virginia. Sherry was chosen 
for one of the Southeast teams and thus 
participated in the National Tournament in 
Boston. 



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Deep South Field Hockey Tournament 
this year. There were 14 schools fronn 
the Southern region participating in this 
three-day tournament. With the weather 
cooperating to our liking, the excitement of 
first-time turf play for many schools, and an 
excellent display of the skills required for 
good hockey, this year's tournament was a 
tremendous success. 



FIELD HOCKEY TOURNAMENT/105 




For Those 
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106/SERVICE 







Circle K— Radiothon 

Gamma Sigma Sigma— Bloodmobile 

Vernicians— Grandfather Home 

Golden Capers -Underprivileged Children 

CCC— Foster Parents 



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Rumors flew that Young and Stills would be 
there. ..crowds came at 4:00 to wait 
outside. ..People huddled against the doors 
pushing to get in... A group numbering 6200 
came to the concert.. .Then Crosby and Nash 
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N.C. Dance Theatre 




In association with the North Carolina 
School of the Arts and The 
Rockefeller Foundation, The North 
Carolina Dance Theatre presented a program 
in four parts on October 24 in Chapell 
Wilson Auditorium. The N. C. Dance 
Theatre is under the direction of Robert 
Lindgren and general management of Janet 
Spencer. 




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Under the direction of Dr. Fox, 
Educational Psychology 302 has been 
redesigned to cater to the individual. 
The student is allowed to work at his own 
pace. During the quarter, each student 
listens to tapes, completes the FOKITS (kits 
containing work materials), reads a few 
paperbacks and attends rap sessions. In 
addition, he can choose whether or not he 
wishes to attend the informal lectures and 
has at his fingertips various means of 
obtaining help. 





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AS the soccer team opened its 1973 
season, the team was faced with the 
formidable task of repeating as 
Southern Conference Champions. To 
overcome the problems of inexperience and 
the pressure that comes in a game situation, 
the team had to rely on conditioning, 
leadership, desire, and superior coaching to 
hold it together. 

When a team is on the top, everyone tries to 
shoot it down. This was another problem the 
ASU soccer team had to face. To stay ahead 
of these teams was up to the individual 
himself. This included working hours after 
soccer practice and conditioning during the 
off-season as well. By following these 
conditions, each player was able to play 
their best and develop a championship 
attitude. 

Accompanying any championship team is a 
superior coach. Dr. V. Christian gave the 
soccer team the desire to win, which has to 
come in being a champion. Without Coach 
Christian's leadership and knowledge of the 
game, the ASU soccer team would just be 
another soccer team. 

Because each player gave 110% during each 
game, the ASU soccer team became a 
winner. As defending champion, the team 
will have to face more pressure and better 
teams in the 1974 season than it had to face 
last season. Now the goal in the mind of 
every ASU soccer player is to keep the 
winning tradition. 



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The women's 1973 volleyball team had 
an up and down season. It gained in 
consistancy during the final matches 
of the season and by the state tournament 
was molded into a strong offensive and 
defensive unit. The Lady Apps reached the 
quarter finals of the state tournament by 
upsetting East Carolina University, defeating 
High Point soundly and narrowly losing to 
Elon. Duke University beat the team in the 
quarter finals and eventually played Western 
Carolina for the championship. 

The spirit and willingness of each individual 
to work as a team made this season a 
success. As for next year, the team 
anticipates another rewarding and exciting 
experience. 




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Volleyball 

Appalachian hosted its annual 
Invitational Volleyball Tournament 
this October, there were 16 schools in 
Boone for the competition. The two day 
tournament was thrilling and the teams 
exhibited a fine performance of how power 
volleyball is played. 



In the round robin and single elimination 
tournament, the winner was the University 
of Tennessee, beating West Georgia in a very 
exciting, dynamic match. 

This tournament, led by Dr. Judy Clarke and 
Lil Fesperman, was a great success and 
provided much fun and excellence in power 
volleyball. 



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is for 
Appalachian 
State University, 
the Appalachian 
Trail, the 
Appalachian 
Mountains, 
Athletics, Apples 
for professors; 
Acadennics, 
Accountants, and Accidents on ice. A is for Acid, Acne, 
Action, and all Actors and Actresses in ''Blood 
Wedding"; Addiction, Addition, Adieu, and Adios. A is 
for Abraham Lincoln's birthday. Advent, Art classes, 
and Aquarius; Animal Crackers, Antlers, ABCO, and 
Appalachian Ski Mountain. A is for All Nighter, Alpha 
Phi Omega, Administration, and Alpen House; 
Applications for jobs, "All in the Family", Alpha Chi, 
Anthropology, and "American Graffiti". 

A is for Answers, Agriculture, Agencies, and 
Advertisements; Achievement, Allocations, and 
Appalettes. A is for Attendance, Absence, anger, and 
Arguments with roommates; Appoliday Players, Air 
pollution. Apartments, and stranded Automobiles. A is 
for Ann Landers, Dear Abbey, "As the World Turns", 
and the American Red Cross; Agony, Animosity, 
Animation, and Automation. 



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is for Boone, 
Basketball, ''Bonnie 
and Clyde", and 
Birthdays; Blizzards, 
Broken Bones, and 
Billiards. B is for 
Blowing Rock, Beer, 
Booze, Barbell club, 
Beethooven, and Bach; 
Biology, Bavarian Inn, 
Bologna sandwiches, and Boredom. B is for Bacardi 
Rum, Bluegrass, Bibliographies for term papers. Big Bill's 
and Bowling; Bridge, Beech Mountain, Bands, and 
Burger King. B is for Stephen Bell, John Barth, the BSU, 
and Count Basie; Ball point pens, Belk Library, Bowie, 
and "The Boston Strangler". B is for Bottles, Bananas, 
"Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid", Barbecue, and 
"Baby Maker". B is for Bruises. 

B is for Baccalaureate degrees. Banking, Business, and 
Bills; Banking, Budgets, Broadcasting, and Boxes. B is 
for Breakfast, Brunch, Botany, and overdue Books; 
Bookstore, Broome-Kirk gym, and Bartenders. B is for 
Blackboards, Bulletin boards, Beads, and Beans; Bids, 
Ballots, and Blisters on the feet. B is for Battery, 
Baggage, Bandanas, and Beetle Bailey; Bus station. 
Blunders, and Better weather. B is for Body, Beards, 
Beliefs, and Burdens; Bubblegum, Bread, Balance, and 
the Bahai faith. 




is for Students, Sociology, 
Spanish, Speech, and Science; 
Sugar Mountain, Skiing, and 
Skating. S is for Snow, 
Swimming, Steps, Squash, 
and Sweaters; Sunshine, 
Streaking, Sundays, and 
Saturdays, S is for Sigma Tau 
Epsilon, St. Valentine's Day, 
Seals and Croft, and 
Sophomores; Shortages of gas, energy, and money. S is 
for Safety, Sadness, Soup, and Sandwiches; Satisfaction, 
Scarves, and Schedules to fill out. S is for Secondary 
Education, Secretaries, and Sentences; Sensitivity, Sex, 
and the kitchen Sink. S is for Silence, Skinner, 
Schizophrenia, and Sky; Smoke, Speed and Smiles. S is 
for Start, Stop, and Slow down; Service Stations, 
Strategy, Striking a match, and Stringing a guitar. S is 
for Santa Claus, Earl Scruggs, and "Shaft"; Student 
Union, "Slaughterhouse Five", and Southern 
Conference. S is for Student Research Union, Special 
Student Projects, and uncomfortable Situations; 




is for College, Classrooms, 
Coughs, and Colds; Crafts 
Fair, Capricorn, Candles, 
Cramming for exams, and 
Cupid. C is for Christmas, 
Celebration, Curtain Call, and 
Curfew in the women's 
dormitories; Charlie Chaplin, 
John Chappel, CCC, and 
Cards. C is for Competition, 
Calculus, Concerts; Center for Continuing Education, 
Classes, Cars, and Clubs. C is for Cafeteria, Chili, Coffee, 
and Cocoa; Cheese House, "Camelot", and Committees. 
C is for Creativity, Clouds, Cannon, Coltrane, and Cone; 
C is for the College of Arts and Sciences, College of 
Business, College of Education, College of Fine and 
Applied Arts; Counseling, and Cultural Affairs. C is for 
Courage, Comfort, Crowds, and Calisthenics; Cartoons, 
Comics, and Courses to drop or add. C is for 
COSMOPOLITAN, Chemistry, Cigarettes, and 
Compassion; Canasta, Catalogues, Cameras, and Cinema 
Appreciation. C is for Co-curricular, Communication, 
Competency tests, and Computers; Champions, 
Cheerleaders, Colors, and Classical music. C is for 
Confidence, Credits, Cooperation, and Careers; 
Counselor Education, Childhood Education, and movies 
at the Chalet I and II. C is for Community, Challenges, 
Circle K, and Checkbooks that do not balance. 



Stockings at Christmas, Stars, and SPORTS 
ILLUSTRATED. S is for Student Employment Service, 
Student Government Association, and the Steam plant; 
Sanford mall. Senior lifesaving, and a game of Solitaire. 
S is for Student Typesetting Services, Student 
Photographic Service, Singing telegrams, and Snuffy 
Smith; Sleep, Sound, Scars from Skinned knees, and 
Seniors. 








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I am a gymnast. I work four hours per 
day six days a week. I know that if I 
am going to reach the goals that I have 
set for myself that I must continue my 
practice schedule twelve months a year. At 
times I am held together by tape about my 
wrist and my ankle. I wear tape on my hands 
under my hand grips so that the calluses and 
raw flesh on my palms does not tear. My 
back sometimes gets sore and the pulled 
muscle in my leg hasn't felt right for days. I 
sometimes get depressed. I have been 
working on a trick for weeks and I still find 
that it is not quite within my grasp. No one 
understands me. Even with all my problems 
the coach keeps yelling, "try it one more 
time and do it right." I don't expect to 
become famous or even real good. I don't 
expect five or ten thousand people to 
show-up at a meet and watch me perform. I 
know that if I quit few people will ever 
know and even fewer people really care. 
Why do I do this? I am a gymnast. 



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Pulled muscles, taped knees, and 
bruises are only a few of the 
souvenirs an athlete receives in 
preparing for competition. The days, 
weeks, and months preceeding THE 
event, each individual is training his 
body and mind to perform at the peak 
of his ability. But what are the players 
actually doing behind the scenes to 
achieve this goal? This is a frequently 
asked question which several coaches 
have answered. As one may expect, 
each has his personal philosophy 
concerning the objectives of his sport 
and the training techniques employed 
to reach them. 

A common primary consideration of 
training among the coaches is the time 
involved. However, the length of 
pre-season training varies among the 
sports. Coach Bill Clinebell, for 
example, encourages the gymnasts to 
work-out all year-round. His reason is 
that once a person has acquired the 
flexibility necessary for gymnastics, it 



can be lost quickly if he does not 
maintain it. In addition to flexibility, 
strength is essential for the men's 
events in order to execute the moves. 
Thus, Coach Clinebell recommends 
that the team members spend time in 
the weight room during post season 
practice. 

Swimming, like gymnastics requires a 
great deal of flexibility and strength. 
Probably more important, though, is a 
swimmer's endurance. In order to 
achieve these goals, Coach Ole Larson 
has the swimmers start pre-season 
training by working on the mechanics 
of the various strokes, weight training 
and flexibility. From there, they begin 
swimming two miles a day, six days a 
week to increase their endurance. To 
maintain these abilities, swimming too, 
requires year-round workouts. 

In contrast to these sports, the 
Baseball team members begin 



individually working-out in November 
rather than all year. During the winter 
months, the players can be seen on the 
Varsity Gym balcony working at the 
nine stations Coach Jim Morris has 
planned as part of his training program 
which include the pitchout, toss ball, 
and batting cage. These areas provide 
an opportunity for the players to 
develop and practice all of the skills 
involved in the sport. The exercises 
emphasized in the total training 
program focus on the shoulders, 
wrists, and legs as these areas of the 
body must be flexible, agile, and 
capable of quick movements. 



Some elements of each of these sports 
are combined in soccer; the flexibility 
of gymnastics, the endurance of 
swimming, and the quickness of 
baseball. To achieve these goals. Coach 
Vaughn Christian has designed a 
program which emphasizes the abilities 
equally and allows each player to 



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progress at his own rate. Individual 
exercises in stretching and agility may 
open a day of practice followed by 
each player working to build his 
endurance. Coach Christian does not 
have the team members run 
continually but. Instead he suggests 
individual running programs related to 
each player's heart rate, which allows 
for periods of rest. 

From these few sports, it appears 
that there is much more to athletics 
than just running or hitting a ball. A 
variety of abilities are necessary to 
perform well before the spectators 
and each team member is encouraged 




to develop these at his personal rate. 
Thus, a new approach to training is 
emerging which emphasizes this 
individuality. Therefore, in training 
and regular practice the athletes are 
allowed greater freedom to work in 
areas that they feel will be most 
beneficial to themselves. According to 
Coach Morris, individualization 
combined with variety keeps the 
players busy and prevents boredom 
during practice. As a result, their 
enthusiasm is not allowed to die. 

This new approach raises another 
question concerning the coaches' 
training programs. What are the 



psychological needs of each player in 
practice and during competition? All 
of the coaches interviewed agree that 
the self-confidence of the team 
members is most important and once 
this is accomplished, the physical 
training is much easier. Also vital to 
good performance is self-discipline, 
especially during the rough moments 
encountered by the athletes. The 
mental training therefore plays a very 
important role in the moments of 
performance. As stated in a comment 
by Sgt. Maj. Harvey Webber, Coach 
of the Rifle team, a single, universal 
element necessary for athletic success 
is "an individual's desire to excel". 



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Part of the Student Union Christmas Package 
included the Mountain Crafts Fair held in the 
Lounge and Assembly Area of the Student 
Union. For five days, mountain craftsmen 
demonstrated, displayed and sold their original crafts. 
Live Mountain music provided an effective 
background for the events. The fair has become an 
annual event at Appalachian and attracts much 
attention. 



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John Chappel - (Mark Twain) 

Stephen Bell (Classical Guitar) 

North Carolina Dance Theatre 

Maynard Ferguson (Jazz) 

Gemini Ensemble (Netherlands) 

National Players (Chamber Music) 

Count Basie (Jazz) 

Alard String Quartet 

Indianapolis Symphony 

Frank Gallo (sculptor) 

Raymond Schoder (Historian) 

Louis Dollarhide (Art Critic) 

JohnCanady(N.Y. TIMES) 

Dr. Rhodes Holliman (Medicine) 

Heywood Hale Brown 

Charles Duke 

Martin Duberman (Historian) 

Jonathan Williams (poet) 

George Wood & Kathrine Stripling (poets) 

John Barth (novelist) 

Bernie Casey (athlete, actor, sociologist) 



LECTURE SERIES/ 185 




186 /FILMS 



FILMS SHOWN ON CAMPUS DURING THE YEAR 1973-74 



MONKEY BUSINESS 

BUTCH CASSIDY & THE SUNDANCE KID 

BECKET 

AFRICAN QUEEN 

SILENCE, EXILE & CUNNING 

AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY 

REEFER MADNESS 

KING KONG 

THE POINT 

YELLOW SUBMARINE 

1984 

ANNE OF THE THOUSAND DAYS 

SLAUGHTERHOUSE FIVE 

REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE 

ASYLUM 

THE ILLUSTRATED MAN 

MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS 

THE MAGIC CHRISTIAN 

SHAFT 

KING RAT 

GREAT CATHERINE 

CAMELOT 

THE BABY MAKER 

THE SELLING OF THE PENTAGON 

THE PENTAGON PAPERS & AMERICAN DEMOCRACY 

THE BAD SEED 

VANISHING POINT 

TAKE THE MONEY & RUN 

FAHRENHEIT 451 

CROMWELL 

THE BOSTON STRANGLER 

LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT 

THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER 

ROSEMARY'S BABY 

MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY 

OTHELLO 

DIRTY DOZEN 

FRIENDS 

IF 

STOP THE WORLD, I WANT TO GET OFF 

THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY 

KELLY'S HEROES 



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The writer in residence for winter 
quarter was Mr. Tom Cunningham. Mr. 
Cunningham is a graduate of Temple 
University in Philadelphia, and he received 
his M. A. at St. Joseph's College, also in 
Philadelphia. 

For seven years, Mr. Cunningham worked as 
a reporter for United Press International. He 
then worked as a free lance writer before 
becoming the Sports Editor for the DAILY 
INTELLIGENCE. 

Aside from teaching several courses in 
journalism, Mr. Cunningham also became 
involved with our own newspaper staff here 
at Appalachian. 



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The Earl Scruggs Revue performed at 
Appalachian on January 11th. Preceding the 
main attraction was Mike Williams a talented 
performer who has followed mainly a coffeehouse 
circuit. 

Earl Scruggs can be described as a soft-spoken 
man and a kind person. These were Al Harris' 
comments after he met the head of the 
country-rock group. Harris, co-chairman of 
Popular Programs, commented that the Earl 
Scruggs Revue has been the easiest group to work 
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The Student Center held a Happy Birthday 
Party on January 16th for the ASU student 
body. Refreshments were served; but the 
best part was the largest birthday cake ever. There 
were games, activities and drawings for free gifts. 
The Student Center Committees, especially the 
Fine Arts Committee, worked hard preparing for 
this successful event. 





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The multi-media Individualized 
Learning Laboratory, in the Business 
Education Department, is located on 
the third floor of Smith-Wright Hall. This 
innovative addition to the learning 
equipment was established in the Fall of 
1973 as a result of the allocation of funds 
made available through the Ford Venture 
Fund. When fully developed, the facilities 
there will offer students and staff the 
opportunity to learn new skills for 
self-improvement in typewriting, key-punch 
and language skills. 



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There were many complaints as to the 
long wait, but the concert proved 
worthwhile. This concert was, 
according to Hugh Franklin, future chairman 
of Popular Programs, and Al Harris, present 
co-chairman, undoubtably the hardest to 
work due to unforeseable circumstances. 
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Biology 





This past summer, thirty students from 
the Biology Department along with 
two professors. Dr. Richard Henson 
and Dr. I. W. Carpenter, Jr., traveled 12,000 
miles across the country. They passed 
through twenty six states, one foreign 
country, and twelve national parks. Each 
student received nine hours credit and was 
graded on their active participation during 
the trip as well as on a rather lengthy paper 
summarizing their studies. 

On their way across the country, the 
group was able to do a study on the 
ecological elevations from sea level up to 
12,000 feet. They ran water samples from 
one area to the next and studied the marine 
environments in Florida, Texas, Mexico and 
California. All the major biomes of the 
United States were visited and studied. 

The entire trip was not all work. Many 
of the students were able to see for the first 
time such cities as New Orleans and San 
Francisco. They also made a visit to several 
universities; the University of Arizona, the 
University of Montana, the University of 
California at Berkley and Oregon State 
University to mention a few. 



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Chemistry 





260/CHEMISTRY 





Chemistry and Society is a new course 
being taught for the first time this 
year. It has been designed specifically 
for n on -science majors. The course is 
structured to cover topics within the area of 
chemistry that illustrate the fundamental 
concepts and how these concepts have and 
currently affect our daily lives. The material 
content includes an investigation of atomic 
and molecular theory, the significance of 
chemical bonding, the physical states of 
matter, commercial chemicals, man-made 
polymers and fibers, ethical and non-ethical 
drugs and nuclear chemistry. The course will 
conclude with a look at the interaction of 
chemistry and civilization. 



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Physics is the study of natural science in 
which man attempts to understand 
and analyze the behavior of natural 
phenomena. Since most people believe it to 
be a very difficult subject to understand, 
members of the Physics Department have 
been performing experiments and holding 
discussions in the public school system. 
There, they have shown to people from 
nursery school on up such demonstrations as 
freezing bananas in liquid nitrogen and the 
effects of ultraviolet light on different types 
of dye in clothing. The Physics Department 
hopes these demonstrations will show that 
Physics can be an interesting subject that is 
not too very difficult. 



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The intramural program at ASU is 
designed to serve the needs and 
interests of every student, regardless of 
individual levels of physical ability. Using 
the format: "For the enjoyment and benefit 
of the student," the intramural sports 
program experienced a more than successful 
year. This success can be exemplified by the 
fact that over 2500 students participated in 
one way or another, up 25% over last year. 
Under the direction of Dr. Wayne Edwards 
and Miss Colette Garrison, 1973-74 has been 
the best year ever for intramurals at A.S.U. 



INTRAMURALS/269 



September, beautiful crisp blue skies. 
Flag Football. "Hey, you're supposed 
to grab the flag, not my shirt!: 
''Whatsa off-tackle play?" Women's lib, the 
men come watch the women! 

Volleyball. New found friends. "Who knows 
how to play Power Volleyball?" 
Championships game, sportsmanship, fun. 

Winter and THE sport. Heard thru the dorm 
halls, "Hey, who wants to play intramural 
basketball?" A break from the dorm routine 
and a new champion. 

The rest of the year filled with badminton, 
co-ed volleyball, Softball and tennis. Great 
fun, good exercise, friendships. That's 
intramurals. 



Everyone knows that games can be 
emotional things and the men's 
intramural program at ASU is no 
exception. Enjoyment and self-satisfaction 
are two main goals of the intramural 
department and both of these goals can be 
and are captured in competition and a true 
desire to win. 

Competition, this year, was conducted under 
two catagories: individual and team, where 
pride, teamwork, and just plain fun all 
combined to satisfy a variety of student 
interests. ASU students were given the 
opportunity to display their skills in areas 
such as one-on-one basketball, horseshoes, 
handball, paddleball, softball, wrestling, and 
track and field. Competition in these areas 
was conducted in 3 divisions; residence hall, 
club/fraternity, and graduate/ independent, 
with divisional champions competing for 
all-campus championships. 

Thrills, excitement, victory, defeat, rules, 
refs, competition, enjoyment, awards. These 
are the components of the total intramural 
program. ASU has one. 




270/INTRAMURALS 




Co-Rec Program 



Main Objective: Enjoy, Enjoy, Enjoy 

Secondary Objective: Participants to have 
99% fun while learning 

Participants: Men, Women, (Students, 
Faculty, Staff) 

Events: Fall quarter allowed the 
participants to engage in 
body-trying and tiring activity. The 
fall schedule was as follows: 
A ''Survival" Inner Tube River 
Race. 

Racket fans enjoyed mixed tennis 
and paddleball. 

The ever Popular 
"Run-for-the-Turkey" Race, held in 
late November. 

Spring quarter offered a totally new 
activity; Inner-Tube Water 
Basketball. Returning spring sports 
were: co-rec badminton, and the 
ever popular co-rec volleyball. 




Students and faculty of ASU should 
consider themselves lucky. They have 
enjoyed the privilege of being able to 
check out a wide variety of athletic 
equipment on a no-charge basis. Basketballs, 
tennis rackets, paddle rackets, and balls, 
handball gloves and balls, are available. The 
Free-Play System, as does the intramural 
program, serves the students' needs and 
interests. 





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2 


3 
4 


CCC Blue Chips 
ROTC Minute Men 


6 
5 


3 
4 


Kappa Sigma 




6 


1 


Snoopy's Wonders 





6 


TKE Kings 


4 


5 


Pi Kappa Phi "B" 




4 


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ROTC 




3 


4 


Barbell Golden Bombers* 






West League 


W 


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3 


4 








MTC 


5 





BSU 




2 


5 








Kappa Sigma 


4 


1 


Circle K Kougars 




2 


5 


Softball - Women 






TKE Aces 


3 


2 


CCC Red Hots 




1 


6 


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2 


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5 


Sons & Lovers II 


9 


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2 


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White Zippers 


3 


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Misfits 


4 


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Vernician Blinds 


2 


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Fluff's Monkeys 


2 


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2 


2 


Justice Funks 
Coltrane Mules 


6 
6 


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Gardner Bears 


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Bowie Russo's Raiders 


W 
3 


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Eggers Warlords 


6 


1 


Eggers Gunners 


6 


2 


Eggers UTD 


2 


1 


Bowie Braves 
Eggers Rookies 


4 
2 


3 
5 


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Bowie Randoms 


6 
5 


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3 


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Justice Mogan David 


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3 


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Bowie A's 
Gardner's No Names 


2 
1 
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6 
6 


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Eggers White Lightning 
Bowie Bombers 


4 
3 
3 


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5 
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2 


7 


MTC 


5 


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Justice Gomer Pals 


W 
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W 


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ROTC 


5 
4 


2 
2 


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5 


2 


Bowie Russo's Raiders 


8 


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CCC Adidus 


2 


3 


Ruby & The Romantics 


4 


3 


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7 


2 








Coltrane Spikers 
Bowie Sloops 


4 
4 


3 
3 


Justice Jocks 
Coltrane Heels 


6 
4 


2 

4 


INDEPENDENT DIVISION 




Bowie Alcoholics 


4 


3 


Eggers Ole Mill Maulers 


3 


5 


Sutzll 


3 






274/INTRAMURAL SCOREBOARD 



Sutz II* vs. Watauga Wetsu 

Flag Football - Women 

R Gang 5 

Conquistadores 5 

Ebony Angels 4 

App Packers 4 

Watauga 2 

Gee Whiz 1 

R Gang* vs. Conquistadores 

Volleyball - Women 

Apple League W 

App Spikers 6 

Hoey Hustlers 6 

Patty's Punchers 5 

The Spikers 4 

Ruths Robots 3 

Volley Dollies 3 

Ebony Angels 1 

Banana League W 

Doc's Brats 7 

Little People Dinkers 6 

Over-The-Hill-Gang 5 

R Gang 4 

Medler Maulers 3 

The Beeps 1 



Doc's Brats vs. Little People Dinkers 

WINTER 
73-74 

RESIDENCE HALL DIVISION 



International League 
Gardner Ducks 
Justice Jocks 
Bowie Bruins 
Coltrane Zoo 
Gardner Monkberries 
Coltrane Zappers 
Justice Cheese Bunch 
Eggers 5 by 5 

National League 
Justice Pack 

Coltrane Midnight Tokers 
Bowie Bruins 
Gardner Bruins 



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6 
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Gardner Beaver Creek Critters 2 6 

Bowie Brown Baggers 2 6 

Watauga Blue 8 

Pacific Coast League W L 

Eggers Bongo Dogs 7 

Justice Jayhawks 6 1 

Coltrane Fantastic 5 5 2 

Gardner Bullets 3 4 

Bowie Rebels 3 

Gardner Dogs 2 5 

Coltrane Mules 2 5 

Justice Clan 7 

American League W L 

Justice Others 7 

Coltrane Cool Ones 6 1 

Bowie Blimp-Eared Puppets 4 3 

Gardner Roofs 3 4 

Watauga Red 3 4 

Eggers Effacers 3 4 

Coltrane 5 2 5 

Gardner Gumps 7 

CLUB DIVISION 

East League W L 

Pi Kappa Phi Superstars 6 

Kappa Sigma Emerald 4 2 

ABCO Terror 4 2 

MTC Striders 3 3 

BSU Buzzards 3 3 

TKE Kings 1 5 

CCC Midgets 6 

West League W L 

Kappa Sigma Crimson & 

TKE Aces 5 1 

Reek's Wrecks 3 3 

Circle K 3 3 

Pi Kappa Phi Hatchets 3 3 

CCC Pumas 1 5 

Pi Kappa Hotshots 6 

Central League W L 

MTC Track 5 

Pi Kappa Trotters 4 1 

ROTC Rejects 3 2 

CCC Blue Chips 2 3 

Pi Kappa Phi "B" 1 4 

TKE Jokers 5 



INDEPENDENT DIVISION 



North League 
Experience 

Lincoln County Partners 
Tarheels 
Whoopees 
Math Dept. 
Zoo Bunch 
Mountaineer Apts. 

South League 
Boys of Summer 
Haney's Hotdogs 
Rookies 

Shoney's Big Boys 
The Wizards 
Grand Blvd. Bombers 

Midwest League 
Boone Review 
E-8 

Patriots II 
Spikers 
Loves Legion 
Animals 
The Right Guards 



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Basketball - Women 

Appalachian League 
White Lightning 
Shooting Stars 
Masters Girls 
The Hot Shots 
Circle K Lemons 
ABCO Sisters 

Western League 
App Globe Trotters 
Little People Dinkers 
Over-The-Hill-Gang 
Boone Bombers 
Bertha and the Butt Sisters 
Watauga Winners 

Little People Dinkers vs. 
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Carol Shannon - Editor 
Woody Willicy|ns - Business Manager 

Volume 52 




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A beginning. ..of a book, an index, or of a 
different view of life. It consists of a 
systematically organized collection of 
relevant information for most everyone on 
the campus of Appalachian State University. 
By taking objects or people and identifying 
them with numbers, this practical and 
necessary section of the book takes shape. 
The story told by numbers can be read 
quickly. It can be glanced at as many times 
as desired and will always remain constant. 

To some people at ASU the year was just 
another year— no changes. For those people, 
find your number, and then relive and enjoy 
the year 1973-74. 




2/INTRODUCTION 







INTRODUCTION/3 







Administration 

University Services 

Clubs 

Teams 

Who's who 

Student Development 

Faculty 

Classes 



Administration 




6/ADMINISTRATION 




ADMINISTRATION/7 



DR. HERBERT WEY, CHANCELLOR 



DEAN OF INNOVATION AND CHANGE 
Dr. James Jackson 




1 



GRANTS PLANNING 
Mr. Bruce Boyle 



ATHLETICS 
Mr. Roy Clogston 




VICE CHANCELLOR FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 

Dr. Paul Sanders 



ADMISSIONS 
Mr. C. H. Gilstrap 



[GENERAL COLLEGE 
Dr. O. K.Webb 



LEARNING RESOURCES 
Dr. Alvis Corum 




COLLEGE OF FINE AND 

APPLIED ARTS 

Dr. Nicholas Erneston 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 
Dr. Joseph Logan 



REGISTRAR 
Mr. Dave Smith 



RESEARCH SERVICES 
Dr. Robert Reiman 



GRADUATE SCHOOL 
Dr. Cratis Williams 



COLLEGE OF CONTINUING 
EDUCATION-Dr. James Jackson 



2 



COLLEGE OF 

BUSINESS 

Dr. Richard Sorensen 



1 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND 

SCIENCES 

Dr. William Strickland 






VICE CHANCELLOR FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS 
Dr. Braxton Harris 



DEAN OF STUDENTS 
Mr. Ronny Brooks 



LIVING/LEARNING PROGRAMS 
Mr. Bob Dunnigan 



STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 
Mr. Lee McCaskey 



COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL 
SERVICES-Dr. Jack Mulgrew 



MEDICAL SERVICES 
Dr. Evan Ashby 



STUDENT UNION 
Mr. Ron Whittaker 



FINANCIAL AID 
Mr. Steve Gabriel 



CULTURAL AFFAIRS 
Mr. Rogers Whitener 



INTERNATIONAL STUDENT 
PROGRAM-Dr. Leiand Cooper 



8/ADMINISTRATION 




ASSISTANT TO THE CHANCELLOR 
Dr. Richard Howe 



SPECIAL PROJECTS 
Dr. W. H. Plemmons 



VICE CHANCELLOR FOR BUSINESS AFFAIRS 
Mr. Ned Trivette 



AUDIT AND SYSTEMS 
Mr. Carroll Brookshire 



FINANCIALSERVICES 
Mr. Lynn Holaday 



PERSONNELSERVICES 
Mr. Larry Nance 



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STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES 
Mr. Jairy Hunter 



FACILITIES SUPPORT SERVICES 
Mr. Charlie Braswell 



UTILITY SERVICES 
Mr. Grant Ayers 



ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT 
SERVICES -Mr. Ted Hagaman 



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VICE CHANCELLOR FOR DEVELOPMENT 
AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS-Mr. Bob Snead 










PUBLIC AFFAIRS 
Mr. Lee Adams 
















ALUMNI AFFAIRS 
Mr. Fred Robinette 
















PLACEMENT 
Dr. Robert Randall 
















NEWS BUREAU 
Mr. Tom Corbitt 







APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY 



ORGANIZATION FOR ADMINISTRATION 



1973-1974 



Prepared by 

Office of University 

Research Services 

July, 1973 



ADMINISTRATlON/g 



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niversity Services provide a valuable 
resource for the student. The prices 
are very fair for the student as well as 
helpful. Within the services are the laundry, 
the infirmary, the cafeteria, food services, 
the library and the bookstore. 



10 / UNIVERSITY SERVICES 




JUDY BAILEY. M.A. 
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12/BOOKSTORE 



Bookstore 

Whether it's paper or pens or textbooks 
you're needing, the bookstore is sure to have 
an able supply, plus enough clothing, food, 
and health aides to get you through a Boone 
winter. Somewhat like a general store, it can 
satisfy any want - from a sweet tooth to a 
card for your sweetheart, (suitey even) 
Students make frequent trips to this handy 
establishment. 





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Belk 
Library 

Study? Sleep? Talk to friends 
or just browse. Whatever they 
do, the library always seems 
to be filled with people all day and 
half the night. The library has 
material of all sizes and 
descriptions. Staff members of the 
library include not only 
professional librarians but also 
student aides. No matter what the 
opinion of the library is, each 
student will probably use it during 
their college career. 




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TEAMS/49 



1973 Women's Golf team 

B. Hodges, P. Parris, F. Allen, P. Tipton, B. Jano, B. 
English, B. Morrisey 



1973 Men's Golf team 

R. Bingham, R. Hall, D. Graver, T. Dudley, D. Newell, 
R. Benson, M. Marley, T. Francis, C. Deaton, D. 
Sigmon, J. Yelton, W. Deck, L. Tucker, W. Petty 



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50/TEAMS 




1973 Men's Tennis team 

K. Richardson, D. Eason, R. Neely, R. Keller, D. 
Rouse, E. Alonzo 



TEAMS/51 







ASU-7 

ASU-0 

ASU-14 

ASU-24 

ASU-14 

ASU-1 1 

ASU-28 

ASU-31 

ASU-7 

ASU-14 

ASU-14 



1973 Football 

Western Kentucky-42 

Furman-17 

Western Carolina-23 

Davidson-8 

Lenoir Rhyne-14 

East Tennessee State-19 

Wofford-21 

The Citadel -6 

Florence State-21 

South Carolina-35 

East Carolina-49 



52/TEAMS 



ASU-21 

ASU-19 

ASU-38 

ASU--31 

ASU-26 

ASU-17 



1973 Cross Country 

Wake Forest-34 

VMM1 

East Tennessee State-17 

East Carol ina-25 

Western Carol ina-29 

The Citadel ^0 



ASU-2nd-Davidson Invitational Meet 
ASU-8th-North Carolina State Championships 
ASU-2nd-Southern Conference Meet 





1973 Soccer 


ASU-1 


North Carolina-3 


ASU-7 


South Carolina-8 


ASU-7 


UNC Asheville-0 


ASU-5 


Davidson-3 


ASU-33 


Belmont Abbey-2 


ASU-2 


Duke-4 


ASU-9 


East Carol ina-0 


ASU-2 


Furman-2 


ASU-1 


Clemson-10 


ASU-3 


The Citadel -0 


ASU-4 


Western Carolina-1 


ASU-5 


Warren Wilson-1 


ASU-3 


VMI-2 


ASU-3 


East Carol ina-2 



ASU- Southern Conference Champions 




1973 Soccer team 



TEAMS/53 






1973-74 Basketbafl 


ASU-63 


William &Mary-1 00 


ASU-60 


Richmond-78 


ASU-65 


VMI-74 


ASU-53 


East Tennessee State-78 


ASU-78 


Western Carollna-71 


ASU-74 


East Tenneigee State-89 


ASU-71 


Furman-111 


ASU-90 


The Citadel-72 


ASU-52 


East Carolina-53 


ASU-71 


Georgia Southern-83 


ASU-76 


The Citadel-77 


ASU-92 


Carson-Newman-93 


ASU-77 


Lenoir Rhyne-82 


ASU-73 


UNC Charlotte-85 


ASU-80 


UNC Asheville-78 


ASU-83 


Richmond-93 


ASU-72 


Furman-89 


ASU-79 


Western CArolina-73 


ASU-68 


East Carolina-76 


ASU-59 


VMI-62 


ASU- 


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1973-74 J. V. Basketball team 




54/TEAMS 




1973-74 Indoor track team 



1973 

ASU-20 

ASU-31 

ASU43 

ASU-23 

ASU-9 

ASU-42 

ASU^ 

ASU-28 

ASU-37 

ASU-32 

V.T.-Chattanooga 

Maryville College 

Southern Conference 



74 Wrestling 

N.C. State-23 

Georgia Tech-1 5 

N.C. A&T-3 

Shippenburg State-13 

West Chester State-30 

Western Carol ina-5 

East Carolina-36 

Pembroke State-11 

South Carolina-13 

Duke-1 1 



Tournament 




TEAMS/55 



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1973 Field Hockey team 



1973-74 Volleyball team 




56/TEAMS 




1973-74 Women's Gymnastics team 

1973-74 Men's Gymnastics team 




TEAIVIS/57 




1973-'74 Men's Swimming team 



58/TEAMS 




1973-74 Rifle team 



1973-74 Ski team 




TEAMS/59 



Who's Who 



Lynn Murphy 

Mike Long 

Malcolm Carroll 

Ron Tuttle 

Roy Marlar 

Russell Helms 

Hazel Scott 
Mike Colling 
Sandy Schmierer 
John McMillan 
Ken Weast 
Doug Little 
Steve Colyer 
Ron Branch 
Julia Spillman 
Romell Ritchie 
Randy Shaver 
Connie Holt 



Steve Means 



Donna Brummitt 
Steve Means 
Pat Dominik 
Brett Day 
Charlie Beck 
Ron Reynolds 
Jo Anne Yeats 
John Meadows 
Tanya Shook 
Paul Ragan 
Kent Cave 
Dianne Smart 
Gail Lentz 
Marian O'Neal 
Denise Clark 
Robin Clark 
Cynthia Culbreth 
Robert Day 
Luisa Lorenzo 




Tanya Shook 




60 /WHO'S WHO 




Malcolm Carroll 




Ron Tuttle 






WHO'S WHO/ 61 




Lynn Murphy 
Steve Colyer 
Doug Little 
Sandy Schmierer 
Mike Long 
Randy Shaver 
Romell Ritchie 





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Ken Weast 
Roy Marlar 
Charlie Beck 
Russell Helms 
John McMillan 



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Mike Collins 
Hazel Scott 
Ronnie Branch 





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student 
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68 / STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 






STUDENT DEVELOPMENT / 69 



This year, the president of 
the Student Government 
has been Malcolm Carroll, 
the vice-president— Jeff Morgan, 
the treasurer— Ron Tuttle and 
secretary— Sue Eccles. Perhaps 
two of the largest 
accomplishments have been the 
Student Transit Service and the 
proposed January Resolution. A 
closed door policy has been 
initiated for visitation. For next 
year, differential housing has 
been proposed. The Tutorial 
Services have also been offered 
this year. As stated in many 
platforms S.G.A. is only what 
you make it. So from here, form 
your opinions. 





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Editor - Carol Shannon 
Classes and Clubs - Mary Ramsey 
Business Mgr. - Woody Willianns 
Acadennics - Judy Fruh 




STUDENT DEVELOPMENT / 77 



Features 
Margaret Hobbs 
Grady Swicegood 
Susan Baity 
Debra Harrell 
Billie Darby 




Sports 
Terry Jones 
Greg Wood 
Joy White 




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Donna Brummitt Editor 

Connie Holt Managing Editor 

Bill McRae Advertising Manager 

David Richard Asst. Adv. Mgr. 

Beryl Cox News Editor 

Tony Patterson Production Mgr. 

Mike Long Editorial Assistant 

Mark Bumgarner Business Manager 

Rhonda Peyton . . Past Business Manager 

Steve Bostian Sports Editor 

Paula Stanley Copy Editor 

David Arledge Rewrite Editor 

Sarah Minnis Subscription Manager 

Buddy Hedrick Circulation 

Annelia Sloop Ad. Prod. Mgr. 





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John Borney . . 
John Craft . . . 
Sid Carpenter . 
Marty Cooper . 
Mike Murray . . 
James McKinney 
Len Jenkins . 
Travis Holland 
Shelly Dixon 
Susan Tannewitz 
John Heffren 
Ernest Tedder 
Robert Smyre 



Director of Photography 

. .Rhododendron Photographer 
. . Rhododendron Photographer 
. .Rhododendron Photographer 
. . Rhododendron Photographer 

Darkroom Technician 

. . . Head Darkroom Technician 
Head Appalachian Photographer 
.... Appalachian Photographer 
.... Appalachian Photographer 
.... Appalachian Photographer 
.... Appalachian Photographer 

Darkroom Tech. Trainee 

. . Rhododendron Photographer 



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Student Typesetting is headed 
by Mrs. Betty Jo Shore. 
Typesetting is done for the 
RHODODEND RON, THE 
APPALACHIAN, brochures, 
pannphlets, and music programs 
which have a departmental and 
campus use, are prepared by 
Student Typesetting. There are nine 
people working regularly, various 
others, and those who are trainees 
from Watauga High School. 






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The Student 
Center houses 
everything from 
committees to ping 
pong tables. Every 
student can find an 
activity for himself 
there. Committees 
include the Fine Arts, 
Popular Programs, 
Films, Dance, 
Coffee house, and 
ABCO. Evidence of 
these committee's 
working can be seen 
with concerts, 
all-nighters, and the 
many films shown. 
There is a bowling 
league among various 
other groups. The 
above group 
participates in 
inner-collegiate 
competition. 

Ron Whittaker is the 
Executive Director of 
the Student Union. 
Mike Etu is Assistant 
Director, while Ann 
Toney is the Program 
Director. Secretaries are 
Betty Home and 
Paulette Proffitt. 
Whatever your activities 
may be, the Student 
Center includes at least 
one of them. 




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Faculty 



ACCOUNTING 



Dr. Larry R. Trussell, Chairman 

Dr. Albert L. Craven 

Mr. Dale L. Flesher 

Mr. Stanley A. Harris, Jr. 

Mr. Jannes F.Jones 

Mr. Kyle C. Jones 

Mr. Ray G. Jones, Jr. 

Dr. Raymond Larson 

Miss Martha Marshall 

Mr. Carl J. Messere 

Mr. Harris Prevost 

Dr. R. Cranstoun Reinoso 

Mr. Charles C. Spear 



ADMINISTRATION, 
SUPERVISION AND HIGHER EDUCATION 

Dr. Alvin R. Hooks, Acting Chairman 

Dr. W. G. Anderson 

Mr. William Armfield, III 

Dr. Thomas Eugene Carpenter 

Dr. Leiand R. Cooper 

Dr. Tom Cottingham 

Dr. Spencer E. Durante 

Dr. Patricia E. Gaynor 

Dr. Ben H. Horton, Jr. 

Dr. John S. Reynolds 

Dr. Nathaniel H. Shope 

Dr. Dan Stallings 

Mrs. Dorothy Steele 

Dr. Guy T. Swain 

Dr. Joe W. Widenhouse, Jr. 



ART 



Mr. Lawrence F. Edwards, Chairman 

Mr. Dean M. Aydelott 

Dr. Harold W. Carrin 

Mr. Warren C. Dennis 

Mr. William Ralph Dunlap 

Dr. Lorraine Force 

Miss Judy L. Humphrey 

Mr. Noyes C. Long 

Dr. Henry G. Michaux 

Miss Margaret Ruth Poison 

Mrs. Marianne S. Suggs 

Mrs. Sherry Waterworth 



BIOLOGY 



Dr. 1. W. Carpenter, Jr., Chairman 

Dr. John J. Bond 

Dr. F. Ray Derrick 

Mrs. Ruth Ann Dewel 

Dr. William C. Dewel 

Dr. Sandra Jean Glover 

Dr. Edgar D. Greene, Jr. 

Dr. Frank A. Helseth 

Mr. Vaughan T. Hendrix 



Dr. Richard N. Henson 
Dr. Marie L. Hicks 
Dr. William R. Hubbard 
Dr. Homer H. Hurley 
Dr. Francis Montaldi 
Dr. J. Frank Randall 
Dr. Ken Robinson 



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Dr. Richard E. Sorensen, Chairman 

Mr. Oscar R. Aylor 

Dr. Robert L. Brown 

Mrs. Roberta Counihan 

Mrs. Bobbye K. Dunlap 

Mr. Henry Flarsheim 

Mr. G. Creighton Frampton, Jr. 

Mr. Albert F. Green 

Mr. W. Robert Harkins 

Mr. Richard E. Harwell 

Mr. James W. Hathaway 

Mr. Lloyd J. Hughlett 

Mr. William E. Loftin 

Mr. George E. Lyne, Jr. 

Mr. Ronald D. McCullagh 

Dr. Shan Mahmoud 

Mr. Carlton Maile 

Mr. Stephen W. Millsaps 

Dr. Wallace Daniel Rountree 

Mr. William C. Weaver 

Mr. John B. Wilson 



BUSINESS EDUCATION 
AND OFFICE ADMINISTRATION 



Dr. Grus R. Sutton, Chairman 

Mrs. Ann Blackburn 

Mrs. Martha G. Hawkinson 

Miss Jane M. Riner 

Dr. Melvin Roy 

Mrs. Kathryn C. Tully 

Dr. William S. Vanderpool, Jr. 

Dr. Robert H. West 



CHEMISTRY 



Dr. George B. Miles, Chairman 
Mrs. Gelene A. Atwood 
Dr. Herbert L. Bowkley 
Dr. James Edwin Johnson 
Dr. Donald P. dander 
Mr. Alfred B. Overbay 
Dr. Thomas C. Rhyne 
Dr. Donald W. Sink 
Dr. Robert W. Soeder 
Mr. Albert B. Suttle 



CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 



Mrs. Grace T. Lilly, Chairman 
Mr. Larry D. Allred 
Dr. Nevin S. Alwine 
Dr. Bruce Bachelder 
Mrs. Madeline E. Bradford 
Miss Carolyn Bunting 
Miss Beulah C. Campbell 



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Mrs. Carolyn L. Farquhar 
Dr. Robert S. Jones 
Dr. Joseph Pat Knight 
Dr. Lawrence A. Larsen 
Dr. Joyce V. Lawrence 
Dr. Charles K. McEwin, Jr. 
Mrs. Janet S. Mears 
Mr. William Dean Meredith 
Mrs. Beatrix B. Ramey 
Dr. Virginia F. Ritter 
Mr. Fred T. Robinette, Jr. 
Mr. Richard B.Wilson 
Dr. Larry W. Woodrow 



COUNSELOR EDUCATION AND READING 

Dr. Lester L. VanGilder, Chairman 

Dr. Fred T. Badders 

Mrs. Dorothy B. Barker 

Mr. Bruce M. Boyle 

Dr. Marjorie F. Farris 

Mrs. Donna W. Helseth 

Dr. Isabel F. Jones 

Dr. John Mulgrew 

Dr. Harry G. Padgett 

Dr. Gerald L. Parker 

Mr. Uberto Price 

Dr. David T. Robinson 

Dr. R. Terry Sack 

Mr. C. David Smith 

Mrs. Peggy S. Whittaker 

Mrs. Myrtle B. Wilson 



ECONOMICS 



Dr. Dean A. Dudley, Chairman 

Mr. John H. Brashear 

Mr. John P. Combs 

Dr. Barry El ledge 

Dr. Lila Flory 

Dr. Charles J. Haulk 

Dr. Richard B. McKenzie 

Dr. Tridib K. Mukherjee 

Mr. Gilroy J. Zuckerman 



EDUCATIONAL MEDIA 



Mrs. Ma T. Justice, Chairman 

Mr. Robert B. McFarland 

Dr. Nancy W. Bush 

Dr. Doris Cox 

Mr. V. Roger Gaither 

Mr. Thomas Joe Ligget 

Mrs. Lois B. McGirt 

Mr. John A. Pritchett, Jr. 

Miss Mary A. Rhudy 



ENGLISH 



Dr. Loyd H. Hilton, Chairman 
Miss Ruby L. Akers 
Dr. Lucy M. Brashear 
Mrs. Donna H. Campbell 
Dr. A. Ronald Coulthard 
Mr. Thomas Cunningham 



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. Mary M. Dunlap 
s. Grace T. Edwards 
s. Daisy W. Eggers 

Donald H. Frantz, Jr. 

Miriam Herin 

Hans G. Heymann 

Robert G. Higbie 

M. John Higby 

Oscar D. Holton 

Daniel F. Hurley 

Leon H. Lewis 

Susan H. Logan 

Doris Lucas 

Robert J. Lysiak 
s. Betty H. McFarland 
. Thomas A. McGowan 
. Emory V. Maiden, Jr. 
. Mary R. Moore 

L. Tully Reed 
. Sam G. Terry 
. John E. Trimpey 
.Wllber Henry Ward, III 
. Charles F. Waterworth 
. John Foster West 
. Rogers V. Whitener 
. Hubertien H. Williams 
. Jerry W. Williamson 



FOREIGN LANGUAGES 



Dr. J. Roy Prince, Chairman 
Dr. Jose Antonio Amaro 
Mr. Carl H. Bredow 
Dr. Ramon Diaz 
Dr. Patricia B. Eargle 
Miss Mia Grosz 
Dr. Peggy J. Hartley 
Mrs. Jane F. Kauffman 
Dr. Helen Latour 
Dr. Elton G. Powell 



GEOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY 



Dr. Fred Webb, Jr., Chairman 
Mr. John Edward Callahan 
Dr. Terry E. Epperson, Jr. 
Dr. Die Gade 
Dr. William Imperatore 
Dr. F. Kenneth McKinney 
Dr. Leiand L. Nicholls 
Dr. Darryl T. Pederson 
Dr. Loren A. Raymond 
Dr. H. Daniel Stillwell 
Mr. Roger A. Winsor 
Dr. Julian C. Voder 



HEALTH, PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION AND RECREATION 



Dr. Lawrence E. Horine, Chairman 
Miss Joan Askew 
Mr. Russell Bergman 
Mr. James A. Brakefield 
Mr. William G. Buchanan 



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Mr. George Carmignani 
Dr. Vaughn Kyle Christian 
Miss Viola Ann Clarke 
Mr. William C.CIinebell 
Mr. Fisher DeBerry 
Mr. Eric B. DeGroat 
Dr. R. Wayne Edwards 
Miss Colette Sue Garrison 
Mr. Melvin H. Gruensfelder 
Mrs. Cleone H. Hodges 
Dr. Francis L. Hoover 
Mr. Ronald West Kanoy 
Mr. Jay T. Kearney 
Dr. Ernest K. Lange 
Dr. Edgar 0. Larson 
Mr. Robert G. Light 
Dr. Charles E. McDaniel 
Dr. Harry L. McDonald 
Mr. Press Maravich 
Dr. Carl G. Meeks 
Mr. Jannes S. Morris, Jr. 
Mr. Raymond Joseph Ochs 
Dr. William L. Steinbrecher 
Mrs. Ellen B. Thomas 
Mr. Roger E. Thomas 
Miss Rebecca Tomlinson 
Dr. Edward T. Turner 
Mr. Robert Ward 
Dr. John H.Williams 



HISTORY 



Dr. Roy Carroll, Chairman 
Dr. George P. Antone 
Dr. Charles B. Blackburn 
Dr. Hugh L. Bond 
Dr. Rennie W. Brantz 
Dr. J. Max Dixon 
Dr. Eugene C. Drozdowski 
Dr. Lowell C. Green 
Dr. Sheldon Hanft 
Dr. Richard H. Haunton 
Dr. David Heisser 
Mrs. Rena C. Hoover 
Dr. Sandra Ann Horvath 
Dr. Peter Karavites 
Dr. Winston L. Kinsey 
Dr. Helena F. Lewis 
Mrs. Eloise C. Melton 
Dr. Michael J. Moore 
Miss Anne M. O'Hora 
Dr. Peter Petschauer 
Dr. Judith P. Pulley 
Dr. Raymond H. Pulley 
Dr. Carl A. Ross, Jr. 
Dr. Donald B. Saunders 
Dr. Leighton R. Scott, Jr. 
Mr. Robert D. Simmons 
Dr. Stephen Joseph Simon 
Mr. Thomas M. Williamsen 
Mr. Frank E. Wozniak 



HOME ECONOMICS 

Dr. Josephine A. Foster, Chairman 
Mrs. Frances Virginia Irons 
Miss Alice J. Lewis 
Mrs. Celia Sue Roten 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS 
AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION 



Mr. Frank R. Steckel, Chairman 

Dr. Robert A. Banzhaf 

Dr. William David Graham 

Mr. William C. Hanner 

Dr. Carl A. Moeller 

Mr. Clyde C. Owen 

Dr. Alfred V. Rapp 

Mr. Eric F. Feichard 

Mr. Joseph G. Sloop 



MATHEMATICS 

Dr. Lynn M. Perry, Acting Chairman 

Dr. James M. Boyte 

Dr. Golden T. Buckland 

Dr. Michael C. Carter 

Dr. Donald Cook 

Dr. Rudy L. Curd 

Dr. Marvin G. Eargle 

Dr. Ronald J. Ensey 

Dr. Gerald L. Francis 

Mrs. Frances S. Fulmer 

Dr. Ray L. Graham 

Mrs. Anita N. Kitchens 

Dr. Larry J. Kitchens 

Dr. Ernest Paul Lane 

Mr. Arnold D. McEntire 

Dr. H.William Paul 

Dr. Robert L. Richardson 

Mr. Richard J. Schalk 

Mr. David Shepherd 

Dr. James R. Smith 

Mr. Starr N. Stacy, Jr. 

Dr. Beauregard Stubblefield 

Dr. John F. Williams 



MILITARY SCIENCE 

LTC William Thomas Palmer, Chairman 
Major John F. Bobbit 
Captain David Campbell 
Major Richard S. Daum 
Captain Richard H. Torovsky 



MUSIC 

Dr. Wayne M. Sheley, Chairman 

Mrs. Joanne Bell 

Mr. Walton Smith Cole 

Mr. James E. Dellinger 

Mr. MacWilliam Disbrow 

Dr. Nicholas Erneston 

Miss Elizabeth Fox 

Dr. Charles Lee Isley 

Mr. Dennis A. Johnston 



92/FACULTY 



Miss Barbara Adele Justice 

Dr. Allen F. Kindt 

Dr. Gregory Kosteck 

Dr. William J. Newton 

Dr. Phillip M.Paul 

Mr. Joe F. Phelps 

Miss Sandra Robertson 

Mr. W. Hayt Safrit 

Mr. Eugene Paul Schwelger 

Dr. H. Max Smith 

Dr. William G. Spencer 

Miss Annette Watkins 

Dr. Elmer R.White 

Mrs. Joan Lynn White 



PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION 



Dr. James W. Stines, Chairman 

Dr. Charles T. Davis, III 

Dr. Alan Jon Mauser 

Dr. Richard Alan Humphrey 

Dr. O'Hyun Park 

Dr. Mary Ann Richter 

Dr. Raymond S. Ruble 

Dr. Frans van der Bogert 



PHYSICS 



Dr. Walter Connolly, Chairman 
Dr. J. Gordon Linsay, Jr. 
Dr. Karl C. Mamola 
Dr. Robert C. Nicklin 
Dr. Thomas Leo Rokoske 



POLITICAL SCIENCE 



Dr. Richter H. Moore, Jr. 
Dr. Edward M. Allen, Jr. 
Dr. Jawad I. Barghothi 
Dr. Daniel B. German 
Dr. Marvin K. Hoffman 
Dr. Roland F. Moy 
Dr. As'as Adib Rahhal 
Mr. John W. Shore 
Dr. Carl David Sutton 
Dr. Matt W. Williamson 



PSYCHOLOGY 



Dr. Walter T. Snipes, Chairman 

Dr. Willard L. Brigner 

Dr. Donald L. Clark 

Dr. Joyce G. Crouch 

Dr. James R. Deni 

Dr. Boyd Max Dowell 

Dr. J. Daniel Duke 

Dr. Paul A. Fox 

Dr. Basil G. Johnson, Jr. 

Dr. William H. Knight 

Dr. Richard H. Levin 

Dr. James D. Long 

Dr. Alexander A. Manning 

Dr. Roberts. Maris 

Dr. William W. May 



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Dr. William T. Moss 
Dr. Gertrude M. Neis 
Mrs. Mary Louise Powell 
Dr. Henry G. Schneider 
Dr. Frank R. Terrant, Jr. 
Dr. George R. Wesley 
Dr. Fred Allen Wilson 



SECONDARY EDUCATION 



Dr. N. A. Miller, Chairman 
Dr. Ben G. Bosworth, Jr. 
Mr. James M. Cole 
Dr. William M. Cooper 
Dr. William Edmund Fulmer 
Mr. W. Thomas Jamison 
Mrs. Clara Z. Mamola 
Mr. William M. Martin 
Dr. Jack R. Melton 
Mr. David N. Mieike 
Mr. Joseph L. Murphy 
Mr. James R. Roberts 
Mr. George F. Sasser 
Dr. Keener Smathers 
Dr. Roland L. Tuttle, Jr. 
Dr. Erwing W. Wadsworth 



SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 



Dr. A.M. Denton, Jr., Chairman 

Dr. Harvard G. Ayers 

Dr. Brian C. Bennett 

Dr. Louie A. Brown 

Mr. Jeffrey E. Cosnow 

Mr. Stephen F. Hall 

Dr. Peyton A. Hughes 

Dr. Lester D. Keasey 

Dr. Larry G. Keeter 

Dr. Frank M. Lovrich 

Dr. Burton L. Purrington 

Dr. Gregory G. Reck 

Miss Janice G. Rienerth 

Mr. George Michael Wise 



DIVISION OF HUMAN RESOURCES 



Dr. Benjamin L. Brooks, Director 

Mrs. Tricia M. Bradford 

Mr. Erin Kent Caldwell 

Mrs. Jessie L. Carpenter 

Dr. Hewitt B.Clark 

Dr. William R. Elmore 

Miss Betty Gales 

Mr. James B. Gray 

Mrs. Susan Gray 

Mr. James A. Greene 

Dr. E. Stanley Hunter 

Dr. Raymond J. Hyer 

Mr. F. W. Kirchberg 

Dr. Karen B. Maloney 

Dr. Millard M. Meador 

Mrs. Edna Mulgrew 

Mr. J. David Reid 



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John Alexander 

Ed Alton 

Andy Anderson 

Cathy Austin 

Don Barker 

S. Barnette 

Gib Beaver 

Stephen Benfield 




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Judy Boles 
Edward Bost 
Harold Bowlin 
Dan Bowman 
Margaret Bradburn 
Gail Brantley 
Barbara L. Buck 

Andrew Burgess 
Jan Burgess 
S. W. Busko 
Mary Campbell 
Rebecca Carroll 
Helen Cloninger 
Robert Clyde 

Richard Cole 
Robert Conley 
Patricia Cooper 
Ronald Daves 
Debbie Decker 
Raymond Delp 
Kay Dixon 

Nancy Dowdy 
Ronald Dowdy 
Mary Edmiston 
Wiley Elliott 
Kenneth Evans 
Sharon Farlow 
Glenn Fluharty 

Eugene Fuller 
John Garrett 
Jerry George 
Harriett Gilbert 
Carolyn Greenwood 
Peggy Haynes 
Horace Hayworth 

Phillip W. Helms 
J. Roger Hinshaw 
Warren Hinson 
Bob Hodgin 
Kenneth Hubbard 
Ida Hudson 
Roy Huffsteller 

Kenneth Hollar 
Gary A. Huss 
Carolyn Jones 
M. Sharron Jones 
Jim P. Kelly 
Linda Kewatt 
Janice Killian 





Stephen Kiliian 

Michael Kirby 

Warunee Kongsuwan 

Ralph Kornegay 

Beverly Lancaster 

Phyllis Laney 

E. Lara bee 

Jerry W. Little 

Nilo Lowman 

Philip Maness 

Elaine Mayes 

Vicki McCall 

Lynn McCorkle 

Tommy McKnight 

Julia McNabb 

Peter Miench 

Bobby Morrow 

Raymond Muzika 

Johnny R. Nance 

Vickie OIlis 

Terry Pardew 

Pat Pennington 

George Pope 

Ruby Qui Iter 

Steve Rainwater 

Brent Reeves 

David Richardson 

James Ringley 

David Rovins 

Sandra Ruppe 

John H. Saylors 

Sharon Seitz 

Pamela Sides 

Eugene Smith, Jr. 

Joy W. Smith 

P. Spencer 

Janet Teague 

Jenille Temple 

David Thomas 

Paulette Thomas 

Harold Tyner 

Judith C. Ward 

Patricia Ward 

Betty White 

William Whitehead 

Jessie Williamson 

Cindy Winslow 

P. C. Zamora, Jr. 

Teresa Zimmerman 





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Benny Adams 



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Bonnie Adams 

Deane Adcock 

Sharon Albertson 

Carl Alexander Jr. 

Tod Allen 

Vicki Allen 

Glenn Allison 

Margaret Allison 

Paul Anderson 

Phill Anderson 

Becky Andrews 

Jane E. Anthony 

Wanda Anthony 

Becky Arndt 

Bobby Arrington 

Sharon Ashburn 

Rodney Ashby 

Cheryl Ashworth 

Gail Atkinson 

Pamela Atkinson 

Larry Austell 

Dianne Austin 

Dwight Austin 

Belinda Auman 

Michael Avery 

Edward Baer 

Brenda Bailey 

Janice Bailey 

Patricia Bailey 

Peggy L. Baird 

Denise Baker 

Libby Baker 

Mark Baker 

William Baker 

Cathy Baldwin 

Vikki A. Baldwin 

Cindy Ball 

Becky Bancroft 

Brenda Bankhead 

Judy Banner 

Michael Banner 

Earl Barber, Jr. 

Demaris Barksdale 

Vicki Barnett 

George Barnhardt 

Irene Barr 

Sue Barrett 

David Bartley 

Karen Bass 





Garry Beam 
Emory Bearden 
Debbie E. Beasley 
Jimmy Beck 
Charles Beddingfield 
Diane BeDen 
Carolyn Beeker 

Dianne Benfield 
Lois Berger 
Kathy Berry 
Tim Biesecker 
Chris Blackburn 
Mary Blackburn 
Susan Blackey 

Deborah Blair 
John Blalock 
James Blankenship 
Jane Blanton 
Jennifer Blevins 
Joe Blevins, Jr. 
Karen Bodenheimer 

Danny Bogue 
Molly Bonds 
Kathryn Boob 
Dennis Bowen 
Ray Bowen 
Mary Bowman 
Art is G. Boyd 

John R. Boyd 
Joyce Boyette 
Jane Brackett 
Mickey Brackett 
Blaka Bradley 
Zerle Bradshaw 
Vicky Brady 

George Brake 
Larry Branch 
Teri Branch 
Daniel Brannock 
Gary Branon 
Leonard Brantley 
Gary Bray 

Karen Brinegar 
Lanny Brockmeier 
Mabel Brooks 
Susan Broome 
Margaret Brothers 
Vance Brothers 
Clanie Brown 





Debra Baucom 

Debra Beam 

David Brown 

James Brown, Jr. 

Mardy Brown 

Mary Brown 

Robert Brown 

Vivian Brown 

Alice Browning 

Stephen Broughman 

Mac Bryant 

Gary K. Bryson 

Randall Buchanan 

Herman Bullins 

Beth Bunn 

Calvin Bunn 

Mike Burgess 

Phillip Burgess 

Marcia Burke 

Robah Burke 

John Burleson 

Rebecca Burleson 

John M. Burney 

Coley Burton 

Donald Burton 

Robert Bush 

George Burler 

Jackson Butler 

Kay Butler 

Samuel Butler 

Veronica Byers 

Margie Byrd 

Marvin Byrd 

Sarah Byrd 

Candy Caldwell 

Paul Callanan 

Charles Cameron, Jr. 

William Cameron 

Harold Campbell 

Joe Campbell 

Linda Campbell 

Lynn Campbell 

Dann Carnes 

Malcolm Carroll 

Riely L. Carroll 

Roland Carroll 

Brenda Carswell 

Rick Campbell 

Nancy Canter 





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Carlton Caruso 
Ronald Case 
Brenda Cauble 
Debbie Caudill 
Joroyce Carter 
Marsha Carter 

Gail Caudill 
James Caudill 
Rachel Caudill 
Robert Caudill, Jr. 
Eddie Causey 
Ken Causey 
Monty Cauthen 

Jan Caviness 
Lawrence Caviness 
Jane Channblee 
Crystal Champion 
T. Max Champion 
William Chappell 
Keith Charles 

Mary Charles 
Peggy Childers 
Tim Childers 
Susan Childress 
Larry Christenbury 
R. Keith Christopher 
Janet Church 

Beverly Clark 
Cecelia Clark 
Greg Clark 
Mack D. Clark 
Rose Marie Clary 
David Clay 
Kathy Clay 

Glenn Cline 
Guy Cline 
Jane Cline 
Rita Cline 
Gerry Cloninger 
Butch Clopton 
Bonnie Cobb 

Marie Coggins 
Gregory Cole 
Laura Cole 
Richard Cole 
Donald Collins 
Ernie Collins 
Mike L. Collins 





Willie Collins 

Sandra Collins 

Charlene Colvard 

Linda Colvard 

Bill Combs 

Robert Combs, Jr. 

Libby Comer 

William Compton 

Marsha Conrad 

David Copper 

Doug Core 

Robert Corey 

Judy Cornett 

Michael Coston 

Diane Cothran 

Paget Cothren 

Betty Cotton 

Helen Cotton 

David Cottrell 

Roger Covington 

Peggy Cowdrey 

Beryl Jean Cox 

Steve Coyler 

Kathy Coyner 

John Craft 

Debbie Craven 

Dow Craver 

George Crawford 

Ann Creech 
Cathy Cress 
Mark Crissman 
Evans Crocker 
D. Crookshank 
Martha Crooke 
Steven Crouch 

Trina Crowder 

Cindy Culbreth 

Joseph Cummings 

Brenda Cunningham 

Gary H. Cyrus 

John Cyrus 

Randy Daniels 

Eddie V. Daves 

Anne Davis 

Lloyd Davis, Jr. 

Marvin Davis 

Walter Davis 

Kimberly Dawkins 

Elizabeth Dawson 





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Brett Day 
Michael Deal 
Michael Dean 
Danny Dehart 
Jenny Delorme 
David Dennster 
Diane Dennehy 

Larry Denton 
Carol DeRhodes 
Cathy Dibello 
Kay Dixon 
Vickie Dobbins 
Dede Dodd 
Jack Dollard, Jr. 

Pat Dominik 
Caran Downing 
Lecia Ann Drye 
Bobby Duncan 
Larry Dudas 
Darryl Dudley 
Keith Dudley 

Daniel Duggan 
Teresa Duncan 
Robert Du Rant 
Herman Eagle 
Donald Eason 
Janet Eason 
John Eaton 

Christopher Eckard 
Doris Eckard 
Gary Edwards 
Kim Edwards 
Marsha Edwards 
Thomas Edwards 
Douglas Efland 

Nadine Elledge 
Jackson Elliott 
Bonnie Ellis 
Patricia Ellis 
Michael Elium 
Dottie C. Eudy 
Rickey Eudy 

Suzanne Eudy 
Jan E. Ezzell 
Mona Faggart 
Ramsey B. Farmer 
Ernie Faw 
Richard Ferrell 
Lillian Fesperman 





Robin Fesperman 

Don Ferguson 

John Fidler 

Frank Fields 

James Finger 

Kathy Flack 

Clay Fleming 

Susan Florence 

Patrice Flythe 

Kathie J. Ford 

Mark Ford 

Reggie Francis 

Linda Frazier 

Richard French 

Lowell Fritts 

Elissa Fritz 

Ajay Fry 

Beverly Frye 

Bob Fuller 

Portia Fulp 

Ruth Furches 

Douglas P. Furman 

Keith Futrell 

Corbett Gaines III 

Cynthia Gardner 

Sandra Gardner 

Susan Gardner 

Gary Garrison 

Sharon Garver 

Robert George 

Jackie Gerringer 

Joe Gibbons 

Lee S. Gibson 

Lu J Gibson 

Charles P. Ginn 

Shirley Glasson 

Martha Goodman 

Larry Gordon 

Carolina Grady 

Kathy Graham 

Danny Graybeal 

Arnold Green 

Robin Green 

Denise Greene 

Janet Greene 

Lowell Greene 

Susan Greene 

Linda Greenwel 

Katrina Greer 




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Sheila Gregg 
Archie Gregory 
Beverly Griffin 
Keith Griffin 
Vaunda K. Griffin 
Jim Grkman 
Charles Gunn 

Jim Gurley 
Charles Gwaltwey 
Janet Haggard 
Ronald Hales 
James Hall 
Kent Hamilton 
Gary Hammer 

Jane Hamrick 
Barbara M. Hands 
Dennis Hands 
Beverly Hanes 
Kathy Harbinson 
John Harmon 
Al Harris 

Libbie L. Hart 
Joseph Hartley 
Charles Hartman 
Mary Harward 
Jo Ann Hassell 
Bill Hatcher 
Cynthia Hauss 

Joseph Hauser 
Nancy Hauser 
Amy Hawkins 
Mary Hawkins 
Phillip Hawkins 
Randy Hawkins 
Ava Hawley 

Dan Hayes 
Deborah Hayes 
Lowell Hayes 
Diane S. Haynes 
Joyce Hearn 
Cynthia Hearren 
Emily Heath 

Patricia Heavner 
Susan Hedrick 
Terry Hedrick 
Russell Helms 
Marion Hendrik 
Ann Henkle 
Lynn Hensley 





MUGS/105 




Richard Hensley 

Cathy Henson 

Wayne Henson 

Michael Henry 

Kimberley Hertweck 

Quintina Hiatt 

S. Hibbits 

Ann Hicks 

Donald Hicks 

Mary Ellen Hicks 

Anne Hileman 

Harry Hilewitz 

Anne M. Hine 

Jennifer E. Hix 

Ralph Hobby, Jr. 

Ronnie Hodge 

Susan Hodge 

Beryl E. Hodgin 

Hank Hodgin 

Ellyn Hoffman 

William Hoffman 

Jack Hoke 

Travis Holland 

Eva Holloway 

Mary B. Hoipp 

Connie Holt 

Judy Honeycutt 

Mike Honeycutt 

Donna J. Hood 

Teresa Hoover 

Trudy Hoover 

Eldon L. Hopkins 

Pat Hopkins 

Thomas Hopkins 

Johnny Hora 

Vicky Hornady 

Earle Home, Jr. 

Hollis Horton 

Judy Houser 

Marcia Houston 

Alda Howard 

Cynthia Howard 

Charlie Howell 

Keith Howey 

Kenneth Howey 

Kenneth Howey 

Rich Hrenko 

Lynn Hubbard 

Shirley Hudson 





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Joan Huffman 
Kathy Hull 
Douglas Humble 
Warren Huneycutt 
Marsha Hunt 
Rjck T. Hunt 

Brenda Hunter 
Cindy Huntley 
Dana Husband 
Jeanne Huston 
Brenda Hutchinson 
Cindy Hubbard 
Teddy Ingraham 

Michael Ingrum 
Sherry Ingwersen 
Deborah Inman 
Sandy Jablonski 
Jay Jacobs 
Mary Jacobs 
Ralph Jacobsen 

John James 
Leon Jaynes 
Bonnie Jefferson 
David Jeffries 
Billie Jenkins 
Franklin Jenkins 
Philip Jenkins 

Charles Jessup 
Ronny Jester 
Tommy C. Jester 
Leslie Johnson 
Walter Johnson, Jr. 
Cynthia Jones 
Dan Jones 

Debbie Jones 
Dianne Jones 
Foard F. Jones 
Hugh Jones 
Jennifer Jones 
John Jones 
Karen Jones 

Larry Jones 
Lin Jones 
Lynne Jones 
Sallie Jordan 
Mary Joseph 
Roland Jones 
Susan Josey 





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Paul W. Joyner 

Ronnie Joyce 

Donna Julian 

Tereasa Kapp 

Kathleen Kaylos 

P. Lynn Kearney 

Karry Keefer 

Charles Keel 

Mary H. Keel 

Rick Keller 

William Keller 

Alan Kennedy 

Gregory Kennedy 

JoAnne Kenworthy 

Barbara Kerr 

Dennis Kerr 

Perry Kerr, Jr. 

E. Ketchie 

Carol Keys 

John Kilby 

Tinn Kimble 

Anne Kimel 

Karol Kincaid 

Pat Kincheloe 

Charles King, Jr. 

Patricia King 

Ann Kinkins 

Janice B. Kirk 

Mike Kirkpatrick 

Donna R. Kirby 

Robert Kirby 

Sherry Kirby 

Vicki Kiser 

Kim Kohut 

Jim Kneas 

Edward Knight 

Marshall Knowles 

Karen Knox 

Barbara Lambert 

Peggy Lambert 

Paul Lambine 

Day Lancaster 

Kay Lancaster 

Linda Landrum 

Rich Landwehr 

Pat Lane 

Linda Laney 

Rusty Laremore 

Don Lawecki 




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Phyllis Lawecki 
Richard D. Laws 
Carol Leach 
Gary W. Ledford 
Vicky Ledwell 
Loella Leggett 
Keith Lentz 

Betsy Leonard 
Carol Leute 
Margaret Lewis 
Susan Lewis 
Margaret Ligon 
Edwinn Lingg 
Patricia Link 

Susan Linker 
David Linville 
Deborah Little 
Douglas Little 
Anne Livengood 
Sheila LaCount 
Pamela Loflin 

Joe Loftis 
Gail Long 
Michael Long 
Luisa Lorenzo 
Jack Love 
Terry Love 
Jack Lowe 

James Lowe 
Kenneth Ludwig 
Lou Lutz 
Gordon Lye 
Patrick J. Lyons 
Mary-A. Maas 
Linda Maloy 

Michael Maness 
Larry Mankins 
Susan Mankins 
Darcus Manning 
Robert Markman 
Roy Marlar 
Max Marley, Jr. 

Johnnie Marshall 
Peggy Marshall 
Debra Martin 
Gary Martin 
James Martin 
Mary E. Martin 
Patrick Martin 




MUGS/109 




A. Massengill 

Nancy Mattocks 

Cindy Mauney 

J. May 

Sharon McCachren 

Sheila McCain 

Brenda McCann 

Debbie McCarn 

Dianne McCarn 

Lonnie McCaskill, III 

Betty McCrae 

Otis McCraw 

Ronald McCreary 

Cathrine McDougald 

H. Tate McKee 

James McKinney 

Dwight McKnight 

Thonnas McLean, Jr. 

Deborah McLain 

John McMillan 

Bob McMurray 

Jannes McNeill 

Phil McNeill 

Thomas McNeill 

Charles McPherson 

Karen McPeters 

Margaret McPherson 

Bill McRae 

Jon E. Meadows 

Susan Meadows 

Steve Means 

Nancy Mercer 

Debra Merritt 

Chris Mickey 

Chris Miller 

David Miller 

Frances Miller 

Lynne Miller 

Wanda Milligan 

Sarah Minnis 

Dennie Mitchell 

Steve Mitchell 

Landy Mitchen 

Fred Mock 

Monte Modlin 

Doris Money 

Gary B. Money 

Patricia Money 

Libby Moody 




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Stephen Moody 
Carol Moore 
Debra Moore 
Dennis Moore 
Diane M. Moore 
Ricky Moore 
Sherry Moore 

Steve Mooring 
Mary Moose 
David Morgan 
Rilla Morgan 
John Morris 
Lori Morgan 
Roberta Morton 

Carolyn Moss 
Stephen Moss 
Andrea Mull 
Kenneth Mullinax 
Lynn Murphy 
Wanka Muzika 
Nancy Myers 

Rebecca Nail 
Rosemary Nance 
Mary Neal 
Gary Neely 
Michael Nelson 
David Newell 
Freida Newell 

Rita Newell 
Susan E. Newlin 
Kristine Newman 
Karen Newton 
Niatt Paul 
Alan Nichols 
Jan Nicholson 

Patricia Nix 
Peggy Nolte 
Deborah Oakes 
Paula O'Brien 
Thomas O'Hare 
Nancy Oliver 
Jackson OIlis 

Edward Osteen 
Douglas Otts 
Susan Owens 
Melissa J. Pace 
Tamra Padgett 
Danny Page 
PhilliD L. Page 




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Jeffery Palmer 

James Pardue 

Fred Park 

Billie Parkhurst 

Patty Parks 

Jerry Parrish 

Roy Parton 

Jeanne Pascal 

Sam Patterson Jr. 

John Pavlich 

Sherry Payseur 

Don Peiffer 

David Penley 

Michael Penn 

Myra Pennell 

Steven Pettigrew 

P. Carlton Peyton 

Rhonda Peyton 

Richard Phelps 

Beverly Phifer 

Sandy Phillips 

Donna Pittman 

Ken Pittman 

Victor Plyler 

Rebecca Poer 

Hampton Poole 

Gary Poovey 

D. R. Porter 

Mary F. Porter 

Russ Powell 

E. Sherlene Powell 

Debra Presler 

Steve Preston 

Dianne Price 

Gene Price 

Ralph Price 

Audrey Pridgen 

Louise A. Pritchard 

Glad Pritchett 

Kyle Prufer 

Brenda Pruitt 

Ronnie Punch 

L. Scott Quails 

Nancy F. Quinn 

Grace Rabb 

Susan Rainey 

Susan Ramsey 

Alex Randall 

Amanda Randall 





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112/MUGS 




Patty Ratchford 
Susan Ratledge 
Elaine Ray 
Shirley Ray 
Steve Raynor 
Wayne Raynor 
Randy Reavis 

John V. Redden 
Wanda Redden 
Ellen Reece 
Janet Reger 
Debbie Render 
Bill Revis 
Debbie Reynolds 

Clayton Reynolds 
Ron Reynolds 
Sue Reynolds 
Michael Rhoney 
Mark D. Richard 
Alec Richardson 
David Richardson 

Karen Richardson 
Linda Richardson 
Patsy Riddle 
Pat Ridenhour 
Catherine Riley 
Debbie Rimmer 
Charles D. Rippy 

Gary W. Ritchie 
Robert Roane Jr. 
Dorothy Roark 
Juanita Robbins 
William Roberts 
Daniel Robertson 
Diane Robertson 

Philip Robertson 
Debbie Robinson 
Gina Robinson 
Rodney Robinson 
Kathryn Roessel 
Steve Rogers 
Sheila Roper 

Doug Rorrer 
Arlene Rosers 
Kenneth Rothrock 
Larry Rousseau 
Frank Rudisili 
Denise Russell 
Ann M. Ruthledge 




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Sherry Ryan 

William Rymer III 

Geri Safrit 

Debbie Sain 

Regina St. Clair 

Huston Sally 

Janice Salmons 

Phyllis Salmons 

Curt Salthouse 

Sherry Salyer 

Robert Sapp 

Dawn Sauls 

Kenneth Sauls 

Mike Saunders 

Samuel Saunders 

Clif Saylor 

Sandy Schmierer 

Hazel A. Scott 

C. Frank Scott 

Patricia Scott 

Gales Scroggs 

Frankie Scronce 

Bobbie Seagle 

Donald Searcy 

J. Rodney Seay 

Sammy Sebastian 

Cathy Secreast 

J. B. Self 

Tricia Self 

Vicki Sellers 

Judy Senn 

John Serafini Jr. 

Ronnie Shadd 

Pete Shankle 

Charles Sharpe Jr. 

Janice Sharpe 
Jonathan Sharpe 

Robbie Sharrett 

Emily Shaver 

Kathy Shaver 

Randy Shaver 

Richard Shelton 

Michael Sherrill 

Trista Shirley 

Tanya Shook 

Ralph D. Shore 

Gary Shull 

Vincent Shumate 

Connie Sigmon 




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Carol Sinski 
Eddy Sipe 
Susan Siphers 
Annette Sisk 
James E. Slate 
Harriet Sloop 

Betty Smith 
Carolyn Smith 
Debrah Smith 
Debra J. Smith 
Ellen J. Smith 
G. Bruce Smith 
Grace Smith 

Jo Ann Smith 
Juanita Smith 
Katherine Smith 
Mary E. Smith 
Phil Smith 
Sharon Smith 
Teddi J. Smith 

Tony Ray Smith 
Steve Snipes 
Deborah Snyder 
George Somers 
Linda South 

C. J. Sparks 
Anthony Spencer 

Linda Spencer 
Nancy Spencer 
Ricky Spencer 
Wally Spencer 
Julia Spillman 
David Spittle 
Leslie Splvey 

Cindie Staack 
Alice Stafford 
Edward Stamey 
Anthony Stanfield 
Paula Stanley 
Chuck Starnes 
Jane Steed 

Debra Sterken 
Tom L. Stevens 
Michael Stewart 
Denise Stiff 

D. Stikeleather 
Albert Stone 
Ferdinand Stout II 





Sandy Streeter 

Pat Strickland 

Rhonda Strickland 

Barbara Sturgill 

Sheilah Styers 

Jane Sutton 

John Swajkoski 

Kathy Swaney 

Carolyn Swicegood 

Donna Swicegood 

Grady Seicegood 

Vanessa Swicegood 

Susan Swing 

Lantz Sykes II 

Amy Talbert 

Frank Talley 

Vicki Tarlton 

Johnnie Taylor Jr. 

Lanny Tayloe 

Thomas Taylor 

David Tedder 

Terry Teeter 

John Terrell III 

Debbie Tew 

James Thomas 

Janice Thomas 

Jim Thomas 

Joy M. Thomas 

Cathy Thomas 

Kathy Thomas 

Deborah Thompson 

Hilda Thompson 

Linda Thompson 

Mary Throneburg 

W.John Tinker III 

Ben Toler 

Victoria Toler 

Mary Toomey 

Debra Townsend 

Shell ia Townsend 

Wayne Triplett 

Deborah Trogdon 

Judy Truitt 

Tom Tudor 

Tracey Turnmire 

Patricia Tuttle 

Robert Twitchell 

Karen Tyson 

Fred Underwood 






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Nancy VanHoy 
Phyllis J. Vann 
Beverly Vaughan 
Mickey Venable 
Ron Tuttle 
Adelaide Verble 

Donald P. Vest 
Elizabeth Viets 
Bruce VonBiehl 
Gwendolyn Waddell 
Wes Wagoner 
Ken Walker 
Neal Walker 

Sharon L. Walker 
Freddie Wall 
Gary Wallace 
Linda Wallace 
Margaret Wallace 
Jackie Walter 
Terry Walter 

David Ward 
Debbie Ward 
Jake Ward 
Jane Warlick 
Barry Warren 
Ruth E. Warren 
Steve Warren 

Donna Water 
Gary Waters 
Homer Watkins 
Tim Watkins 
Larry Waugh 
Donna Weaver 
Pat Weaver 

Alan E. Webb 
Donna Webb 
Frederick Webb 
Robert Webb 
Ann Webster 
Glenn M.Wells 
Lynnette Wells 

Duffy Westmoreland 
Monica Wetzler 
Frank Wey 
Randall Whitaker 
Deborah White 
Terry White 
Susan Whitener 





Carol Whitesell 

Anna L. Wicker 
Shelton E. Wilder 

Bonnie Wilkins 
Doyle Wilkins 

Rich Wilkinson 
Edward W. Willett 

Betsy Williams 

Donna Williams 

Elizabeth Williams 

Kaye Williams 

Marcus Williams 

Sandra Williams 

Zebulon Williams 

Bob Williamson 

Elizabeth Willis 

Bobby Wilson 

Brenda Wilson 

Charmaine Wilson 

Janet Wilson 

John Wilson 

Lewis Wilson 

Phyllis Wilson 

Joe Wingfield 

Debbie Winkler 

Ernest Winslow 

Phillip Winter 

Jane Wise 

Donald Wolfe 

Jo Ann Wood 

Joan Wood 

Paulette Wood 

Nanci Woodruff 

Kenneth Wooten Jr. 

Benjamin Wright 

Ruth Wright 

Debra Wright 

Jim Wright 

Phyllis Wright 

Christy Yarbrough 

Jane Yates 

Jo Anne Yates 

Carol Yeatts 

Donna Young 

Gregory Young 

J. Henry Young Jr. 

Era S. Younger 

Patricia Yount 

Angela Zachary 






Les Abbott 

Jan Adams 
Steve Adams 
Mary Adderholdt 
Dana Addison 
Becky Agnew 
Karen Aiken 
Benjamin Albright 

Cathy Aldridge 
Elizabeth Aldridge 
Kathy Aldridge 
David Alexander 
Nancy Alexander 
Nancy Allen 
Ottis Allen 

Patricia Allen 
Britt Alley 
William Allison 
Joyce Andrews 
Ted Andrews 
Becky Angel I 
Steven Anglin 

Kathy Armstrong 
William Armstrong 
Amy Atkinson 
Christy Atkinson 
Deborah Atkins 
Judy Atkins 
Mike Atkins 




Jane Audry 

Doug Austin 

Kathy Austin 

Sandra Auton 

Janice Bailey 

Wilfred Bailey 

Mary Ann Bain 



Alice Baker 

Aaron Ball 

Aundra Barger 

Julius Barkley 

Donna Barnwell 

Mike Bartles 

Sandra Baucom 

Linda Bauguess 

Albert Bearden 

David Beaudry 

Tom Beaver 

Michael Beck 

Rachael Beck 

Lynda Beeson 

Jill Behringer 

Ray D. Benfield 

Eddie Bennett 

Susan Bennett 

William Benson 

J. S. Benton 

Sandy Benton 

RonnI Berndt 

Randy Biggers 

Jeanne Biggerstaff 

Kathy Birke 

Tawn Bizzell 

D. Blackwelder 

Paul Blackwell 

David Blakley 

Debbie Blalock 

Donna Blalock 

Eric Blevins 

Doug Blizard 

Harold Blizzard 

Kathy Blount 

Jim Boggs 

Diana Boguslawski 

Frances Bolick 

David M. Boone 

Phyllis Boone 

Penny Borneman 

Melinda Borum 





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Steve Bostian 
Vanessa Bostic 
Carol Boswell 
Christine Bowers 
Donnie Bradley 
Jane Bradley 

Jimmy Bradley 
Sherry Bradley 
Clinton Bradshaw 
Mona Brandon 
R. A. Braswell 
Walter Bray 
Linda Brendle 

Robin Bridgers 
William Bridges 
Everette Brinkley 
Mary Brinkley 
Robert Broadfoot 
Judy Brock 
Susan Broome 

Bob Brown 
Brian Brown 
Carol Brown 
Connie Brown 
Jack T. Brown 
S. Mark Brown 
Teddie Brown 

Shirley Brumble 
Steve Bryan 
Brenda Bryant 
David Bryant 
Frank Bryant 
Kim Bryant 
Terrie Bryson 

Vandel Bullman 
Pam Bullock 
Jimmy Bumgarner 
M. Bumgarner 
Sandra Bumgarner 
Joy Bundy 
Linda Burr 

Ann Burton 
Cathy Busby 
Douglas G. Bush 
Robert Busko 
Gay Butler 
W. C. Butler 
Joni Bynum 





Brenda Byrd 

Linda Byrd 

Nell Byrd 

Wanda Byrd 

Sandy Caldwell 

Jeannie Calhoun 

Robert Calhoun 

Teresa Call 

Judy Calloway 

Nancy Calloway 

Patti Cannady 

Patricia Cannon 

Michael Carleton 

Phil Carmac 

Angela Carnes 

Chris Carpender 

Charlene Carpenter 

Mark Carpenter 

Sid Carpenter 

Tina Carpenter 

Fleming Carroll 

Betsy Carter 

G. Allen Carter 

Carol L. Carver 

Dolian Carver 

Dana H. Cash 

Sandy Cates 

Mary Caudill 

Christopher Cawthon 

Sue Cessna 

Vicki Chalifour 

Debra Chandler 

Gail Chandler 

June Cherry 

Ronald E. Cherry 

Althea Childers 

Doug Childers 

T. B. Childress 

Liz Chowka 

Mike Christopher 

Arlie Church 

Phyllis Church 

Becky Jo Clark 

Jenny Clark 

Susan Clarke 

Ernest Clarida 

Gail Clayton 

Jacqueline Clemmer 

Janet Clinard 




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Mitchell Clontz 
Suzanne Clute 
Phillip Coccioletti 
Barbara Coe 
C. Lynn Coffey 
Rick Coffey 
Karen Coffey 

Juanita Cole 
Rickye Collie 
Susan Collins 
Kennis Comer 
Carol Conrad 
Jane Cook 
Lois Cook 

Sheila Cook 
Teresa Cook 
Ed Copeland 
Robert Copple 
Gretchen Corbitt 
John Cornell 
Denis Cotten 

James Coston 
Norma S. Gragg 
Carol Craig 
Cindy Craig 
Debbie Craft 
Susan Cranford 
Walter Crawford 

Johnny Crenshaw 
Tim Cress 
Vickie Crissman 
Donna J. Cronce 
Bill Cross 
Margaret Cross 
Nancy Cross 

Danny A. Crump 
Laura Crump 
Terry Culler 
Gayle Currie 
Judith Dalton 
Wendy Daniel 
David Dannehl 

Billie Darby 
Lawrence Dark 
Phil Darnell 
Myra Davidson 
Brenda Davis 
Carol Davis 
David Davis 





Portia Davis 

Roger Davis 

Al Deal 

Tinka Deal 

Julie Deese 

Karen Dehne 

Fred Dellinger 

Phyllis Denny 

Bob Desautels 

Danny Devine 

Charles Deviney 

Michael Dickens 

Laura Dickenson 

Willie Dildy 

Terry Dinker 

Gale Dixon 

Julia Dixon 

Rickey Dobbins 

Marilyn Doby 

James Dotson 

Diane Downing 

Bobby Drye 

Perry Duke 

Brenda Duncan 

Craig Dupree 

Stewart Duval 

Wanda Duval 

Gary W. Dyer 

Linda Dyson 

Jacquline Eagle 

Caria Early 

Russell Early 

Sue Eccles 

Kevin Eckardt 

Riper Edwards 

Rebecca Edwards 

Ronald Edwards 

Nancy Efird 

Claudia Eller 

Connie Eller 

Alfred Ellington 

Robert Elmore 

David Emmons 

Randy Epiey 

Wayne Erickson 

M. Vivian Erwin 

Patricia Espinosa 

Katherine Espenshade 

Clay Essick 




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Rebecca Evaul 
Paulette Everhart 
Deborah Eudy 
Kathy Fallin 
Mike Farrell 
Bobby Faulkner 

Deborah Fee 
Andrea Fenn 
Donna Ferguson 
Leigh Finch 
John Finger 
Keith Fink 
Charles Fite 

Lois Flack 
Charles Fogleman 
Veronica Forbes 
Maria Ford 
Patsy Ford 
Deborah Fortenberry 
Janet Foster 

Janet Fowlkes 
Janet Fox 
Debra Franklin 
Janet K. Frazer 
Alice Fredrick 
Eugene Freeman 
Vicki Freeman 




Sara F rick- 
Jean Fries 
Judith FruK 
Denise Fullbright 
Linda Furr 
Robert Fussell 
Karen Futch 

Becky Gaines 
Corbeet Gaines III 
Johnny S. Gainey 
Danny Galyean 
Tommy Gambill 
Carl Gammon 
Alice Gardner 

David Garrison 
Patsy Garrison 
Sharon Garrison 
Stephen Garrison 
Karen Gawler 
Denise Gentry 
John Gentry 




MUGS/125 




R. Chris Gentry 

Elaine German 

Michael Gill 

Barbara Godfrey 

Nadine Godwin 

Renee D. Goins 

Vernon Goode 

Sarah Goodwyn 

Patricia Graham 

Wanda Grant 

Geraldine Gregg 

Paulette Gregory 

William Green 

Nancy Greene 

Virginia Greene 

Nancy Greer 

Steve Greer 

Karen Grigg 

Walter Grimsley 
Judy Grobe 

Mary A. Groger 

Leslie Grubb 

Vickie Grubb 

Joseph Guffey 

John Gustafson 

Betty Hager 

Betty Hager 

Bill Hagler 

C. Douglas Hahn 

Ann Hall 

Teresa Hall 

Willie Harbinson 

Pamela Hardee 

John Hardison 

William Hardon 

James Harper 

Jane Harwell 

Cynthia Harmon 

Jerry Harmon 

Marilyn Harmon 

Sherry Harmon 

Terry Harper 

Victoria Harrington 

Alycia Harris 

Carol Harris 

William Harris 

Barbara Harrison 

Michael Harrison 

Peggy Harrison 









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Elaine Hartley 
Michael Harvell 
Stanley Harwood 
Barry Hastings 
Joyce Hatchett 
Gregg Hauser 
Larry Haverland 

Debbie Hawkins 
Janet Hawkins 
Elissa Hawley 
Ellis Hayes 
Maria Hayes 
Jessica Haynes 
Williann E. Hayworth 

Emily Heath 
Mark Heath 
Barbara Hedrick 
Everette Hedrick 
Millie Hedrick 
D. Hefner 
Thomas Hemphill 

David Hensley 
Michael Hester 
Serrell Hevenor 
Anne Hicks 
Mike Hildebrand 
Cheryl Hill 
Dennis Hill 

Diane Hill 
Harvey Hill 
Margaret Hobbs 
Marcia Hocutt 
Jane Hodges 
Brenda Hoffman 
Susan Holbrook 

Steve Holesclaw 
Libby Hollifield 
Ellen Holmes 
Larry Holt 
Robert Holton 
Cindy Hood 
Mary J. Hook 

Peggy Hopkins 
Debbie Home 
Cynthia Horton 
Teresa Horton 
Grover Houck 
Sheron Howell 
Debra Hubbard 




MUGS/127 




Deborah Hudgins 

Sandra Huffman 

Dawn Huffstetler 

Richard Huitt 

Carol Hunphries 

Betty Hunt 

Susan Hunter 

Sally Hussey 

Teresa Hutchens 

Linda Hutchinson 

Jim Ingold 

Joshua Ingold 

Deborah Inscore 

Robbie Isenhour 

Bobbie James 

Mike Jamison 

Susan Janney 

Bonnie Jans 

Tinga Jaynes 

Sandra Jenkins 

Betty Johnson 

Dwight Johnson 

Franklin Johnson 

Herbie Johnson 

Janet Johnson 

Mike Johnson 

Pam Johnson 

Rick Johnson 

Sherry Johnson 

Albert Jones Jr. 

Carol Jones 

Danny Jones 

Dwight R. Jones 

Earl Jones 

Ellen Jones 

Randall Jones 

Terry Jones 

Thomas Jones 

Linda Jordan 

Patricia Jordan 

K. Suzette Justice 

Kate Magrath 

Jayne Kaylor 

Elbert C. Keith 

Susan Keith 

Sherry Keller 

Deborah Kelly 

Diane Kent 

Terry Kent 





128/MUGS 




Emogene Kernodle 
Kenneth W. Kidd 
Ruth Kiker 
Joel Kimball 
Thonnas Kilpatrick 
Jinn King 
Kate King 

Kathy King 
Kathy King 
Stephen King 
Susan King 
Tom Kiniaw 
Marion Kirchler 
William Kirkman 

Michael Kirkpatrick 
Robbie Kirkpatrick 
Steve H. Kiser 
Maretta Kiser 
Tony Kiser 
Penny Kisiah 
Gregory Kivett 

Thomas Klabbatz 
Kathryn Knight 
Paula Koch 
Terry Kolbe 
Gregory Kornegay 
Martin Kramer 
Walter Lackey 

Vernon Laney 
Brenda Laramie 
Bart Lassiter 
Mollie Lassiter 
Barbara Laster 
Karen Lathan 
Marilyn Laughrun 

Talton Lawrence 
Valerie Layton 
Jerry Leaird 
Robert Leak 
Sherrye Leazer 
Jan Lee 
Rodney Lee 

Linda Leigh 
Debbi Lentz 
Jean Lentz 
Jean Lentz 
Ralph Leonard 
April Lewis 
Gloria Lindsay 





MUGS/129 




Beckie Lindsey 

Beckie Lindsey 

Daniel Lipe 

Doug Lipsconnb 

Dwight Little 

Terry Lockamy 

Daisy Logan 

Ranee Logan 

Ranee Logan 

Belinda Long 

Martha Loreh 

Anna Lore 

Beekey Lott 

Dana Lowder 

Dennis Lowe 

Paul Lueas 

George Lupton 

David Luther 

Miehael Lutz 

Larry Lyneh 

Aliee Lyons 

Wendy Maee 

Tommy Maeon 

Ann Maiden 

Mike Waller 

Debra Maness 

Eugene Mangum 

Jim Marlowe 

Gregg H. Martin 

Joanne Martin 

S. Delane Marsh 

Elizabeth Martin 

Debbie Maske 

Steve Massey 

Karen Masters 

Wanda Mathis 

James Matthews 

Bill Mauney 

Mary May 

Doris Mayberry 

Janie Mayberry 

Naney Mayes 

Patrieia McAllister 

Kelley MeAuliffe 

Joan McBrayer 

Deborah MeBride 

Gale MeBride 

Barry MeCall 

Randy McCall 



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Susan McClain 
Judy McCoy 
Wayne McDaniel 
Kathy McDonald 
Doris McGarity 
Joseph McGee 

Ron McGinn 
Brenda McGrit 
Ronald McGuirt 
Elliott McKinnon 
Debbie McKittrick 
Gary McLean 
Tommie Mc Ley more 

Betty McNeely 
Kathy McNeely 
Jim McRae 
Timothy McRee 
Jeanie Medlin 
Jeffrey Mendenhall 
Suzan Mensel 

Clydia Metcalf 
Brent Miller 
Darrell K. Miller 
Denise Miller 
Isabella Miller 
Jim Miller 
Joe Miller 

Lyn S. Miller 
Nancy Miller 
Steve Miller 
Sybil Miller 
Verna Miller 
David Milligan 
Debbie Mills 

John Milner 
Donna Minor 
Martha Misenheimer 
Sandy Mishoe 
Sandy Mitcham 
Andrea Mitchell 
Bill Mitchell 

Rick Mitchell 
Daniel Montaldi 
Tim Montgomery 
Allen Moody 
Diane Moody 
Vickie Moore 
Delia Moorefield 





MUGS/131 




Janet Morrison 

Nellie Moretz 

Susan Morgan 

Pam Morphis 

Lu Ann Morris 
Peggy Morton 
Ellen Mowery 

Donna Mozeley 

Debra Murray 

Wynetta Murray 

Rebecca Musser 

Susan Myers 

Susan Myers 

Larry Needham 

Nettie Neville 

Gary Newsome 

Jay Nichols 

Carlton Niven 

Reggie Nixon 

Debra Norris 

Dennis Norris 

Carolyn Norton 

Robert Norwood 

Alma Odom 

Andy Odronese 

Joe L. OIlis 

Brantley Orren 

Steve Osborne 

Barry Ostwalt 

Laurie Over 

Shirly Overbey 

Eric Overcash 

Michael Overfelt 

Carl a Owen 

Jan Oxentine 

Debbie Pace 

Sandra Padgett 

Mary Palmer 

Susan Parker 

Sharon Parleir 

Pam Parris 

Vicky Parrish 

Carolyn Parsons 

Mike Patrick 

Anthony Patterson 

C. Moore Patterson 

Pam Peeler 

Wesley Perdue 

Ron Perry 







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Marcia Perryman 
Michael Peterson 
Bobby Phillips 
Gwen Phillips 
William Phillips 
Robert Pickett 
Amy Pitts 

Peggy Plyler 
Bud Poole 
Donna Pope 
John Pope 
Steve Porter 
Jane Poteat 
Anne M. Potter 

Greg Potter 
Gail Potts 
Jane Potts 
Edith Price 
Richard Price 
Rick Price 
Janice Propst 

Phyllis Propst 
Susan Provo 
Pam Puckett 
Dorinda Quarterman 
Jane S. Quick 
Billie Quinn 
Jennifer Quinn 

Mary Ramsey 
George Ratchford 
Tommy Ratledge 
Martha Ray 
Jackie Refour 
Jane Regan 
Donna Reid 

Lorretta Reinhardt 
William Revelle 
John Rhodes 
David Rhyne 
David Richard 
Mike Richards 
Craig Richardson 

Danny Richardson 
Kenny Richardson 
Keith Richardson 
Ronald Richardson 
Landon Riddle 
Sharon Riddle 
Clarence Ridge, Jr. 





Donna Riggs 

Judy Riggs 

Janet Ritchie 

Robert Rivers 

William Rivers 

Cherry Robbins 

Katherine Robbins 

Tricia Roberts 

James Robertson 

Mike Robinson 

David Roddick 

Angie Robinson 

Deborah Robinson 

Frank Rogers 

Kathy Rogers 

Phil Rollins 

Hank Roofe 

Johnny Roselli 

Amelia Rumley 

Lydia Ruppe 

Deborah Russ 

Glaum Russ 

Becca Russell 

Beverly Russ 

Phillip Russell 

VIcki Russell 

Lynn Sain 

Brenda Salmons 

Stephen Sanders 

Judith Sapp 

Norma Scales 

Jule Scarborough 

Karen Schock 

Sharon Schultz 

Ann Scott 

Gary Scott 

Harry Scott 

William Scull 

Donald Seatz 

Daniel Secrist 

Amy Sellars 

Pam Setliff 

Bob Setliff 

Carol Shannon 

Barbara Sharoe 

Richard Sharpe 

Steven Sharpe 

James Shatterly 

David Shaver 




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Aretta Shaw 
Judy Shaw 
Rodney Shelburn 
Joan Shelton 
Sandra Shelton 
Earl Sheridan 

Teresa Shinault 
Cindy Shinn 
Susan Shoaf 
Mary Shue 
Jill Shuford 
Philip Shultie 
Brenda Shumate 

Pam Sidden 
Daniel Sinski 
Sandra Simmons 
William Simmons 
Gioia Simmis 
Andy Simpson 
Steve Simpson 

James Sizemore 
Amelia A. Sloop 
Kevin Smathers 
A. Gayle Smith 
Anne Smith 
David Smith 
Debra Smith 

Debra Smith 
Hugh Smith 
Melinda Smith 
Miriam Smith 
Ricky Smith 
Ronald Smith 
Sandra Smith 

Sandra Smith 
Steven Smith 
Teddi J. Smith 
Thomas W. Smith 
Kathy A. Smoot 
J. J. Snatherly 
Fred Snipes 

Joyce Snow 
Judy Sossamon 
John O. Spain 
Karen Sparks 
Andre Sparrow 
Margaret Spicer 
Richard Spivey 





MUGS/135 




Brent Stabler 

Kathy Staley 

William Stallings 

Thomas Stalvey 

Danny Stafford 

Susan Stanley 

Mary Staton 

Norma Stegall 

David Stephens 

Harriett Stevens 

Andy Stewart 

Cynthia Stewart 

Martha Stewart 

Martha Stewart 

Jane Stiles 

Greg Stoltz 

Tim Stout 

Charmaine Strong 

David Stout 

Mark Stout 

Brent Stroud 

Susan Stroupe 

Pam Sturdivant 

Lorene Stutts 

Diana Styles 

Sarah Suddreth 

Linda Suggs 

John Summey 

Gary Suttles 

Jane Sutton 

Samuel Swain 

Adrienne Swarr 

Becky Swift 

Thomas Sykes 

Glenda Tallent 

Kathy Tart 

Sharon Tart 

James N. Tate 

Daniel Tatum 

Donna Tatum 

Ann Taylor 

Jan Taylor 

Kiowa Taylor 

Patricia Taylor 

Bill Teague 

Ronnie Teague 

Beth Thompson 

Carolyn Thompson 

John T. Thompson 




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Robert Thompson 
Becky Thorne 
Paula Tillotson 
Steve Tipton 
Kathryn Tobey 
Jackie Tompkins 

Jan Townsend 
Mary Transou 
Edward Treadway 
Carlla Trilett 
Bonnie Trivette 
Daniel Trivette 
Barry Troutman 

Barbara Tucker 
Shelia Tucker 
Johnny Turbyfill 
Sherry Teeter 
Charles Tutterrow 
Charles Tutterrow 
Danny Tyndall 

Nanette Underwood 
Sara UpChurch 
William Vance 
Elizabeth Van Horn 
Edie Viverette 
Susan Vogler 
Andy Wade 

William Wulkeman 
Beverly Walker 
Beverly Walker 
Christopher Walker 
David L. Wall 
Deborah Wall 
Billy Walls 

Phillip Wallace 
Donna Walsh 
Brenda Walters 
Frances Ward 
Herbie Ward 
Steven Ward 
Harry Watkins 

Janice Watson 
Chris Weant 
Tim Wease 
Jeanne Webb 
Jigger Webb 
Tony Weisner 
Janet Wells 





Kathy Wentzel 

David West 

Vivian West 

Martha Westmoreland 

Aleta Wheeler 

Fred Wheeless 

Donna O. White 

Judy White 

Mossy White 

Pamela White 

Phyllis White 

Vicki White 

Doris A. Whitener 

Gary Whitley 

Kenneth Whitley 

Freddy Whitt 

Susan Whittington 

Susan Whittington 

Anne Whitehurst 

Pamela Whisnant 

M'cile Wilcox 

Delores Wilder 

Kelly Wilkinson 

Teresa Wilkins 

Ben Williams 

Deborah Williams 

Michael Williams 

Michael Williams 

Woody Williams 

Betsy Williamson 

Brad Wilson 

Dan Wilson 

Janis Wilson 

Vickey Winchester 

Julia A. Winfrey 

Mary Joan Winter 

David Womble 

Frank Wonsavage 

Audrey Wood 

Kaye Wood 

Debbie Woodell 

Martha Woodlieff 

Linda Woody 

Betty Wright 

Joni Wright 

Jim Wroton 

Anne Wyatt 

Sandy Younts 

Chris Yow 






Vertha Abernathy 
Diana Absher 
Charlotte Adams 
Ellen D. Adams 
Jack Adams 
Mary Adams 
Kathy Aldridge 



MUGS/139 




David Alexander 

Kathy Alexander 

Doug Alford 

Billy Allen 

Brenda Allen 

Fran Allen 

James Allen 

Roger Allen 

Rita Allender 

Lee A. Allison 

Debbie All red 

Dan Alman 

Elizabeth Anderson 

Lisa Anderson 

Pamela Anderson 

Susan Andrew 

Art Andrews 

Debbie Arnold 

Maribeth Arnold 

Rebecca Arrowood 

Billie Ashley 

Terry Atkins 

Charles Austin 

Jerry Ayscue 

Patricia Bagwell 

Ed Baity 

Kent T. Baity 

^ Lou Ann Baker 

Sherri Baker 

Jan Ballard 

Marcile Ballard 

Carlan Barber 

Franklin Barber 

Lynne Bard 

Terry Barefoot 

John Barker 

Laura Barnes 

Brant Barnwell 

Jerry Barton 

Cindi Baxter 

Susan R. Beal 

Robin Beam 

Moe Beane 

Martha Beard 

Steve Beard 

Donna Beck 

Paul Beck 

William Becker 

Robin Beckett 





Richard Benbow 
Kathy Benfield 
Darlene Benge 
Frank Bennett 
Kathy Bevcos 
Jacqueline Biddix 
Marsha Bighann 

Julia Bingham 
Crissie Bizzell 
Camilia Blackburn 
Ellen Blair 
Kathryn Blanton 
Mary Blanton 
Cindy Bledsoe 

Nancy Blue 
Karen Boger 
Stephen Bolick 
Nancy Bost 
Reidie Bostain 
Keith Boughman 
Elizabeth Bowen 

Joan Bowie 
Charles Bowling 
Pam Boyce 
Williann Boyles 
Stanley Bracey 
Karon Bradley 
Leigh Brannock 

Carolyn Branson 
Susan Braswell 
Steeve Breece 
Renee Brewer 
Edwin Bridges 
Barbara Briggs 
Delea Brittain 

Nena Brittain 
Annette Brown 
John B. Brown 
Karen Brown 
Mike Brown 
Ruth Brown 
Barry Lee Bryant 

Cindy Bryant 
Ava Buchanan 
Vicki Buchanan 
Cathy Bullman 
Pamela Burge 
Karen Burgess 
Rick Burke 





Diane Burnside 

John Burnett 

Paul Burnette 

Eddie Burris 

Larry Burton 

Charlyne Butler 

Barbara Burwell 

David Cabaniss 

Denby W. Cadick 

Melba Cameron 

William Cameron 

William Cameron 

Jan Campbell 

Nancy Campbell 

Jackie Cannon 

Sandy Canter 

Melanie Carleton 

Sheila Carmody 

Lonnie Carpenter 

Cathy Carr 

Gary Carr 

Pam Carraway 

Marsha Carson 

Margaret Carter 

Chuck Cartwright 

Connee Carver 

Catherine G. Caskey 

Martha Chandler 

Joni Chastain 

Bill Cheek 

Ron Cheek 

Amy Cherry 

Terry Cherry 

Trudy Childers 

Terry Choate 

Bob Christy 

Bonnie Clapp 

Mark D. Clapp 

Rebecca Clark 

Glenda Cline 

Bobby Cloninger 

Jean Collette 

Buddy Collins 

E. Anne Comer 

Deborah Cook 

Pamela Cook 

Rebecca Cooper 

Joan Elizabeth Core 

Steve Corel I 








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Jeanne Cornett 
Robin Costner 
Vickie Council 
Vickie Council 
Ginger Covington 
Jayn Cox 
Tim Cox 

Cathy Crabtree 
Denise Craig 
Maryangela Crane 
Priscilla Cranford 
Neil Craver 
David Crawford 
Jackie Crisp 

Jennie Critcher 
Valeria Crite 
John Crotts 
James Culbreth 
Linda Cuthbertson 
Terry Cutts 
Judy Dail 

Brenda Dale 
Harold Daniel 
Sara Davidson 
Carolyn Davis 
Daniel R. Davis 
Jan Davis 
Karia Davis 

Mary B. Davis 
Richard Davis 
W. Bennett Davis 
Melanie Dawkins 
Terry Deakle 
Janie Deal 
Anna Dean 

Marlene Deaton 
Hank DeBragga 
Hank DeBragga 
Melissa Decker 
David DeHart 
Peggy DeSautels 
Ina Dillard 

Kendra Dillard 
Robin E. Dotson 
Bryan Dowd 
Cynthia Drinkard 
Rick Dunbar 
Craig Duncan 
Catherine Dunham 




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Reva Eagle 

Pamela Early 

Erna Earnhardt 

Ann Eddy 

Joy Ednnondson 

Lucy Edwards 

Claudia Eller 

Linda Elliott 
Wilma Elliott 
Charlynn Ellis 
Norma R. Elson 
Steve Emsley 
Gloria Ennett 
Ronnie Erwin 

Amelia Estes 

Danny Evans 

Jamie Everhart 

Skip Fader 

Libby Fair 

Nancy Falls 

Melissa Faucette 

Samuel Feemster 

Anne Ferrell 

Susan Fineblum 

Melinda Fisher 

Julia Fitzpatrick 

Janet Flippin 

John Flowe 

Marie Flowe 

Marian Ford 

Kay Foreman 

Danny Fox 

Janice Fox 

Mary A. Fox 

Dennis France 

Melanie Frazier 

Joy Freeman 

Donna Fulk 

Diane Fulton 

Marilyn Furr 

Ted Futrelle 

Robert Gallen 

Robyn Gardner 

Pam Garrett 

Nevin Geiman 

Glenda C. Gentry 

Judy Gentry 

Michael Gentry 

Shan Gentry 





Charles Gibbs 
William Gibbs 
William Gietz 
Vickey Gilgo 
Libby Gillis 
Letitia Givens 
Leslie Glenn 

Eddy Godfrey 
Sharon Goodfellow 
Carol A. Gooch 
Tricia Goodpasture 
N. Gothard 
Charlie Grafton 
Doris Gragg 

Joanna Grantham 
Debby Graves 
Michael Graves 
Jakie Gray 
Arnold Gregory 
Karen Gregory 
Joe Griffin 

Vernon Griffin 
Donna Groce 
Rhoda Gunter 
David Gurgainus 
Libby Gurley 
Beth Haines 
Debbie Haley 

John Hall 
Leslie Hamby 
Becky Hamill 
Betsy Hamilton 
Betsy Hamrick 
Lee Hamrick 
David Hanson 

Yuvonda Hardee 
Jeff Harmon 
David Harris 
Elizabeth Harris 
Evelyn Harris 
Roger Harris 
Judy Hartley 

Charleston Haugabrook 
Lynn Hauser 
Vaness Hawkins 
Allison Hayes 
Steve Heavner 
Donna Hedrick 
Flip Henson 





Joseph Henson 

Diane Henderson 

Judy Henderson 

Lydia Herman 

Rebecca Herman 

Carol Herron 

Susan Herron 

Kim Hewitt 

Susan Hiatt 

Bedford Hicks 

Lynn Hicks 

Mary Highfill 

Mischa Hill 

Teresa Hinshaw 

Prisca Hines 

Beverly Hinson 

Jeanette Hodgson 

Edward Hoeg 

Alan Holcombe 

Donna Holder 

Angie Holler 

Gary Holmes 

Larry Holyfield 

Martha Hopper 

James Horton 

Dale Howard 

Lebert Howes, Jr. 

Tim Howie 

Lesia Hudson 

Karen Huey 

Vicki Huffstetler 

Marian Hughes 

Greg Humble 

Janice Hunter 

Jill Hurley 

Lee Hurley 

Tommy Huskey 

Susan Huskins 

Randy Huss 

Jilda Hutches 

Becky Hutchison 

D. Icenhour 

Annette Ingram 

Bill Ingram 

Charles Inman 

Jay Jackson 

Jenny James 

Sandra James 

Teri James 





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Ricky Jessup 
Peggy Jester 
Lillian Joe 
Debbie Johnson 
Henry Johnson 
Karen Johnson 
Kathy Johnson 

Mark Johnson 
Jan Johnstone 
Darlene Jolly 
Glenn Jones 
Jennie Jones 
John Jones 
Margaret Jones 

Rhonda Jones 
Susan Jones 
Waynena Jones 
Gene Jones 
Woody Jordan 
Susie Justice 
Garry Kearns 

Carolyn Keller 
Alice Kennerly 
Randy Kerr 
Ann Key 
Karen Kimsey 
Joan Kincaid 
Patsy King 

Kerry Knapp 
Sammy Knight 
Frank Knott 
Peggy Kresge 
Franklin Lamm 
Marie Lamoureaux 
Janet Lane 

Sarah Lane 
Stephen Lane 
Chris Langerfeldt 
Wanda Lankford 
Ellen Lasley 
Sam Lawrence 
Peggy Laws on 

Tim Lawson 
Debbie Leach 
Chuck Ledford 
Lewie R. Ledford 
Linda Lee 
Thomas E. Lee 
E. Len Leggette 





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Mary Leinweber 

Roger LeII 

Terry Lentz 

Michael Lewis 

Cheryl Lineberry 

Chuck Link 

Keith Link 

Susan Linville 

Ann Little 

Susan Lockanny 

Susan Lockridge 

Ben Long 

Debra Long 

Anthony Lorie 

Buck Loy 

Eric Loy 

Russell Lyday 

Mack Lynch 

Vicky Mabe 

Trish MacDonald 

Nan MacFadyen 

Brenda Malone 

Jack Maness 

Michael Maney 

Marcia Mangum 

Teresa Mangum 

Jim Mann 

Richard Manson 

John Marlowe 

Johnny Martin 

Ananette Mason 

C. Massey 

Steve Matheny 

Pam Maxwell 

Elizabeth Mayo 

Myra Mayse 

Ronald McAdams 

Barbara McAllister 

Cherly McClure 

Kay McCullum 

Renee McCorkle 

Terry McCoy 

Chuck McDougal 

Janice McDowell 

Pamela McFalls 

Freddy McGee 

Daniel McKinney 

Donna McKinney 

Malloy McKinney 





Deborah McLaurin 
Donald McMilliam 
Carol McNeill 
Martha McNeill 
Linda McRorie 
Mary Melton 
Caria Merritt 

Jackie Messer 
Rick Millen 
Carol Miller 
Donnie Miller 
James Miller 
Jon Miller 
Robert Miller 

Thomas Miller 
Van Miller 
Cynthia Mishoe 
Joanne Mitchell 
Harry Mock 
John Moncznski 
Robert Money 

Penny Mora 
Martha Moretz 
Annette Morgan 
Sue Morgan 
Douglas Morris 
Gayle Morris 
Sally Morris 

Ritchie Moody 
Barbara Moore 
David V. Moore 
Kathy Moore 
Mimi Moore 
Susan Moore 
Vickie Moore 

Gabrielle Moses 
Suzanne Mowery 
Deborah Mull 
Cynthia Mullen 
Gary Murphy 
Margy Murphy 
Jack T. Murray 

Ann Myers 
Beverly Myers 
Nancy Myers 
Wayne Myers 
Kathy Nance 
Debbra Neaves 
Charlotte Nelson 





Rebecca Nelson 

Wanda Nesbitt 

Martha Noggle 

Susan Noles 

James Nordfors 

Jim Norris 

Bonita K. Oliis 

Jerry OIlis 

Robert Osborne 

William O'Shields 

Jeff Osman 

Cindy Overby 

Keith Overcash 

Ronda Overton 

Teresa Owens 

Kay Pace 

Matilda Patrick 

Jane Elizabeth Patterson 

Cynthia Patton 

Donald Pearce 

D. Pearlman 

Catherine Pearsall 

S. Pederson 

Donna Peebles 

E. Pelt 

Tom Peterson 

Mary Pharr 

Elizabeth Phillips 

M. Phillips 

Sommers Pierce 

James Pippin 

Christopher Pittman 

Evan Poindexter 

Steven Y. Porter 

John W. Potts 

Michelle Powell 

Roger Powell 

David Pressley 

Nancy Preston 

Millard Prevette 

Debra Price 

Stephen Price 

Timothy Price 

Eddie Proctor 

Patrick Pruitt 

Hugh Pursley 

Anita Purvis 

Julia Quick 

Linda Ragan 





Jeffrey Rankin 
Beverly Ratchford 
Beverly Ratchford 
Colette Rawls 
Drexel Rayford 
Tom Redmond 
Marcia Reynolds 

Ron Reynolds 
R. Jupp Rice 
Sandy Richardson 
Thomas Richbourg 
Pat Rickert 
Sherry Riggs 
Michelle Riggsbee 

Pat Rigsbee 
David Ring 
Anthony Roach 
M. A. Roberson 
Rick Roberts 
Robin Roberts 
David Rogers 

Deborah Rogers 
Tim Rogers 
Patsy Roten 
Charlotte Rouse 
Karen Rowe 
Martha Rowe 
Richard Rowe 

June Russell 
Wanda Saine 
Ronald S. Sale 
Allan Samchok 
Carol Samila 
Christy Sanders 
Renee Saunders 

Ben Saylor 
Jeb Seagle 
Betsy Summerfield 
Vickie Sweat 
Henry Scarboro 
Marion Scarboro 
Glenn G. Scott 

Danny Scruggs 
Dan Seaver 
Mary Lou Sechler 
Theresa Seitz 
Carolyn Self 
Jay Sellers 
Dann Serrill 




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Annie Sessoms 

Connie Sessoms 

Cathy Shaw 

Bobbie Sherrill 

Dann Sherrill 

P. Eddie Shirley 

Sandy Shore 

William Shuford 
Beverly Shuler 

Reba Shumaker 

Malane Siegrist 

Susan Siler 

Norman Silver 

Claudia Simrhs 

Sheila Sims 

Susan Sink 

Rick Sluder 

Al Smith 

Beth Smith 

Carl F. Smith 

Janice Smith 

Kathryn Smith 

Lin S. Smith 

Lynn Smith 

Miriam Smith 

Ruby Smith 

Sandra Smith 

Stan Smith 

Terri Smith 

William Smith 

Robert Smyre 

Steve Snaidman 

Teresa Southard 

Teddy Spain 

Joe Sparks 

Richard Sparks 

Scott Spear 

Sandy Speer 

Barry Spencer 

J. A. Sprinkle 

Reid Squires 

John Stack 

Susan Stallings 

Debra Stanfield 

Carolyn Stanley 

Tony Stanley 

Rhonda Starnes 

Andre Staton 

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Genevieve Steelman 
Robert Stec 
Anna Stephens 
Tim Stewart 
Sandra Stokes 
Carol Stokes 
Sammy Stone 

Robin Story 
Amry Stout 
Sheryl Stout 
Valerie Stribling 
Sandra Stickland 
Jane Talbert 
Susan Tannewitz 

Sharon Tart 
Patty Taylor 
Jeffrey Teague 
B. Park Terrell 
Thomas Tester 
Andy Thomas 
Barbara Thomas 

Jane Thomas 
Margaret Thomas 
Mary Ann Thomas 
John Tippett 
Karen Todd 
Lana Tomlinson 
Donna Tooley 

George Townsend 
Teresa Tracy 
Claudine Trexler 
Risa Troxler 
Nan Truesdale 
Larry Tucker 
Daphne Turner 

T. Turner 
Tim Turner 
Regena Turner 
Domingo Varona 
Andy Vaughan 
David Vaughn 
Jeanette Verley 

Tim Vestal 
Philip Vincent 
Bill Wade 
Paula Wade 
Sandra Wagstaff 
Karen Waisner 
Darrell Walker 





Amy Ward 

Rick Warren 

Debra Waterfield 

Alan Waters 

Teresa Watson 

Teresa Watts 

Tim Watts 

Karen Weaver 
Dave Webb 

Sidney Weeks 
Debbie Wells 
Donna Wells 
Robert Wells 
Miriam West 

Patricia D. West 

Harriet Wheelous 

Betty White 

Cynthia White 

Donald White 

Roy White 

Sharon E. White 

Susan White 

Luellen Whitener 

Mike Whitener 

E. Whittington 

Sandra Wicker 

Mike Wilhelm 

_. Donna Williams 

Janet Williams 

Janice Williams 

Peggy Williams 

Cynthia Wilson 

Jeanifer Wilson 

Wanda Winchester 

Kathryn Winfrey 

Jan Wise 

Deborah Wishon 

Lori Wood 

Michael Woods 

Kolouia Woodring 

Linda Wortman 

Suzanne Wrenn 

Gail Wynn 

Janice Young 

Janelle Young 

Melanie Young 

Theresa Young 

Bruce Younts 

Barbara Zimmerman 








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Laura Abdallah 
Tony Abernathy 
Gary Abernethy 
William Abernethy 
Nancy Abrams 
Deborah Adams 
Kathy Adams 

Karen Albertson 
Jane Albright 
Charles Aldridge Jr. 
Velma Aldridge 
Amy Jo Alford 
Anne Allen 
Joyce S. Allen 

Linda Allen 
Rocky Allen 
Robert Allen 
Ronnie Allen 
Nancy Alexander 
Arlene Allison 
Debra Allison 

Richard Alspaugh 
Kim Anders 
Wanda Anderson 
William Arledge 
Kathy Ashley 
Barbara As key 
Stephen Athans 

Allen Austin 
Darlene Austin 
Sandra Austin 
Paul Auten 
Joyce Autry 
Bess Avery 
Wendy Badgett 

Deborah Baier 
Pam Bailey 
Woody Bailey 
Arlton H. Baird 
Anita Baker 
Becky Jo Baker 
Terry Ball 



Levanne Banks 

Sherry Banks 

Chris Barbee 

Stephanie Barbee 

Jennifer Bare 

Libby Bare 

Carmen M. Barlow 

Barbara Barnaby 

Corrinne Barnes 

Pat Barnes 

Michael Barnett 

Norma Barnwell 

Debbie Barringer 

Pam Barringer 

Leslie Bartholomew 

Cam Bass 

Fran Baugh 

Jill Baugham 

Lynn Bazemore 

Grayson Beane 

David Beard 

Aubrey Bearden 

Nancy Beasley 

Ken Beaton 

Cathy Beaver 

Loretta Bebber 

Jack BeDen 

Hansel Beeson III 

Cindy Belk 

Brenda Bell 

John Benbow 

Gina Bennett 

Patricia Benton 

Michael Beretsky 

J. Dan Berger 

Ladonna Bernard 

Jan Berry 

Debbie Beshears 

Vicki Billings 

Janice Bingham 

Mary Birch 

Susan Bizzell 

Hugh Black 

Kay Blackard 

Laurie Blackburn 

Jane Blackwell 

Charles Blackwood 

LuAnn Blackwood 

Mary Blalock 





Susan Blalock 
Debbie Bledsoe 
Louis Blount 
J. Paul Bobal 
William Boggs 
Lara Bolick 
Gregory Bonn 

David J. Boone 
Mary Bostian 
Gary Bowen 
Kathryn Bowers 
Betty Boyd 
Betty Boyd 
Leslie Boyd 

Warren Boyd 
Debbie Boykin 
Janet Boykin 
Angela Bracey 
Lynn Brackett 
Karen Brady 
Ruth Branch 

Donna Braswell 
Dianne Bray 
Leslie Brazelle 
Sherry Brewer 
Laura Bridgeman 
John Bridgers 
Alan Bridges 

Bill Bright 
Mike Bright 
David Britt 
Elizabeth Brock 
Marian Brooks 
Paula Brooks 
Betsy Brown 

David Brown 
Scott Brown 
Karen Brown 
Mary Brown 
Terri Brown 
Melanie Bruce 
Laura Bryan 

Mike Bryan 
Barbara Bryant 
Charlene Bryant 
David Bryson 
Diane Buchanan 
Charles Buckle 
Jimnny Buice 



Chuck Bullings 

Nancy Bullock 
Alisa Bumgarner 

Jim Bumgarner 
Debra Burchette 

Belinda Burgess 
Billie Burgess 

Rhonda Burgess 

Steve Burkhead 

Rosa Burnette 

Kathryn Burrage 

Brenda Burris 

Victor Buscaino Jr 

Libby Bush 

Cheryl Busick 

Jo Anna Butler 

Anita Byerly 

Charlotte Byers 

Berry Bynum 

Beverly Byrd 

Cindy Byrd 

Lu Anne Byrum 

Sheila Caddell 

David Caldwell 

Patti Caldwell 

Rita Caldwell 

Sarah Caldwell 

Andrea Calloway 

David Campbell 

Elyse Campbell 

Nancy Campbell 

Eve Carmen 

Robin Carpenter 

Denise Carroll 

Ronnie Carson 

Alan Carter 

Michael Carter 

Nelda Cartner 

June Carver 

Vivian Carwile 

John Cash 

Jennifer Caskey 

Joy Cates 

Katie Cauble 

June Caudill 

Joe Caudle 

Karen Cawthon 

Joyce Chadwick 

Jimmy Chambers 








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Debbie Chappell 
Daniel Cheek 
Joe Cheek 
Joseph Chesson 
Cheryl Cheyne 
Rogers Chilton 
David Church 

Karen Church 
Sonny Church 
Debra Childers 
Deborah Clark 
Deborah Clark 
Linda K. Clark 
Maxine Clark 

Paul Clark 
Anne Clary 
Linda Clawson 
Rick Clayton 
Nancy Cleetwood 
David Clifton 
Don Clinard 

Diana Cobb 
Vickie Coble 
Bob Cocker 
Ann Cockman 
Carol Colclough 
Linda Cole 
Chuck Collins 

Terry Combs 
Angela Comer 
Mary Comer 
Jim Conley 
Tim Congleton 
Regina Connelly 
Janet Copley 

Linda Cooke 
Kari Cooper 
Teresa Coor 
Pam Corl 
Debra Cornett 
Florence Corpening 
Steve Coston 

Autumn Cothran 
Julie Cox 
Teresa Cox 
Jack Craig 
Roger Craig 
Sue Ann Crandell 
Jed Cranfill 



Kathy Cranford 

Donna Craven 

Randy L. Craven 

Cindy Crawford 

Adrienne Crisp 

Cromer L. Crisp 

Penn Croom 

Beverly Crouch 

Susan Crowder 

Linda Crowell 

Kevin Culler 

Alice Culpepper 

Michael Cumbie 

Lawanna Curtis 

Susan Dallas 

Patty Daniel 

Robert Daniel 

Kimberly Daniels 

Johnny Davidson Jr. 

Ed Davis 

Katherine Davis 

Martha Davis 

Pam Davis 

Robert Davis 

Scott Davis 

Nancy Dawson 

Gary H. Day 

— Phyllis Day 

Ann E. Deaton 

Martha Deaton 

Lynn Dellinger 

Phoebe Dellinger 

Shelia Dellinger 

Cindy Delisi 

Cindae Denby 

Frances D. Dennis 

Ricky Detter 

Linda S. Dick 

Pam Dilen 

Dawn Dixion 

Wanda Doby 

Lorinda Dodson 

Dianne Dollar 

Johnny Donovant 

Dave Dorris 

Amy Dorton 

Drip Dreibelbis 

Rickey Dula 

Sherron Dull 




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Lisa Duncan 
Donna Dunn 
Steve Dunn 
Ted Durham 
David Dyson 
Deborah Dyson 
Aline Eades 

Julie Eanes 
Roger Eaton 
Patti Eberle 
Debbie Echerd 
Sherry Eckard 
Steve Eckard 
Jeff Eddinger 

Samuel Edelman 
Karen Edmisten 
Sharon Edmiston 
Todd Edmiston 
Douglas Edward 
Sarah Edwards 
Janet Efird 

Kathy Eldridge 
Linda Elias 
Dennis Elledge 
Lovelace Eller 
Dessie Elliot 
Dan Ellis 
Thomas Ellis 

Larry Elmore 
Debbie England 
Don Essenberg 
Randy Farthing 
Shirley Faw 
E. Ferguson 
Mike Ferguson 

Franklin Fischer 
Nancy Fischer 
Kathy Fleming 
Texie Fleming 
Bill Fletcher 
James Flynn 
Pam Flythe 

Joy Foltz 
Ellen Forrest 
Carol Forrester 
Ginger Fortner 
Sherry Foster 
Donna Fowler 
Linda Franklin 



Deborah Frazier 

Mona Frederick 

Marty Freeman 

Jan Finger 

Anita Freeze 

Mark Freeze 

Barbara Fritchman 

Steven Fry 

Day! Frye 

Kenneth Frye 

Rick Fulbright 

Kathy Gailey 

James Galloway 

Sarah Gantt 

Kim Garapic 

F. Gardner 

Fay R. Gardner 

Jan Garner 

Ann Garrison 

Fred Garvey III 

Caria J. Gay 

Donna Gay 

Dennis Gay 

Keith Gay 

Berry Gentry 

Jimmy Gentry 

Jack Gentry 

^ Randall Gentry 

John Geraghty 

Randy Gillespie 

Jack Gibson 

Edward Gill, Jr. 

Catherine Gipson 

Scott Gladden 

Joseph Glovier 

Paul Godfrey 

Jim Godwin 

John Godwin 

Sherry Godwin 

Cathy Goff 

Phil Goins 

Sarah Goins 

Deanna Good 

Sissy Goforth 

Richard Gosnell 

Doug Gouge 

Gaye Gough 

John Gourley 

Janey Grant 

















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Jill Graves 
Billy Gray 
Paul L. Gray 
Wayne Gray 
Heidi Green 
Martha Greene 
Ralph S. Grier 

Robert Grier 
Michael Griffin 
Benjamin Griffith 
Barbara Grimes 
Ruth Grigg 
Toni Grimes 
Tom Garrisom 

James Guignard 
Suzanne Hass 
Virginia Hall 
Deborah Ham 
Pam Hamlet 
David Hance 
Cindy Hand 

Becky Hannah 
Freddy Hardiman 
Charlis Hardin 
Scott Harding 
Robert Hark 
Tony Harper 
Rodney Harrelson 

Dale Harrington 
Joel Harris 
Martha Harris 
Mickey Harris 
Patricia Harrison 
Diana Hartley 
Gwen Hartsell 

Gail Hartsook 
Anita Harward 
Brenda Hathaway 
Jerry Hatley 
Leah Hatley 
Tim Hatley 
Billie Hauser 

Jimmy Hawley 
Keonard Hawkins 
Randy Hawkins 
Vickie Hawkins 
Lynne Hayes 
Tony Haywood 
Kim Heath 



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John Heffren 

Ricky Helderman 

Alice Helms 

Pamela Helms 

Conrad Helms Ml 

Teresa Hendren 

Ricky Hendrix 

Carl Henry 

Dwight Henson 

Jayne Henson 

Marian Herbert 

Jimmy Hesley 

Lisa Hester 

June Hester 

Barbara Hill 

Sharon Hllliard 

Joseph Hilton 

Renee Hilton 

Lori HIne 

Suzanne HInes 

David HInson 

Larry Hipps 

Ronald Hix 

Phillip Hobson 

Marc S. Hodges 

Karen Hogan 

Tracy Hogan 

Diana Holland 

Ivan Holleman 

Darnell Holler 

Benjamin Hopkins 

Wendy Hoover 

Vickie Howard 

Cathy Howard 

Stephanie Howe 

Darryl Howell 

Teresa Hoyle 

Susan Hrabanek 

Dale Hubbard 

Susan Hudspeth 

James Huffman 

Susan Huneycutt 

Thomas Huneycutt 
Joyce Hunike 
Paula Huntley 
Janice Humphries 
Vivian Hurley 
Jeff Hutchins 
Karen Hutchins 





Nathaniel Hyde 
Pam Hypes 
Robby Isenhour 
Robin Jamison 
Anthony Johnson 
Betsy Johnson 
Carol Johnson 

David Johnson 
Christopher Johnson 
Kathy Johnson 
Carolyn Jackson 
Debbie Jackson 
Brenda James 
Edward James 

Lynn Johnson 
Richard Johnson 
Robert Johnson 
Jill Jonas 
David Jones 
Kathryn Jones 
Linda Jones 

Malcolm Jones 
Melissa Jones 
Denise Jordan 
Mark Jordan 
Deborah Joyce 
J. Keith Keck 
Martha Keever 

Teresa Keith 
Evelyn Kelly 
Jennifer Kelly 
Parrel I Kennedy 
Suzanne Keplar 
Diane Kessing 
June Kight 

John Kilgore 
Ellen Kincaid 
Bobbie King 
Gail King 
Reid King 
W. Steven King 
Joan Kirby 

Ronny Kirby 
Cindy Kirkman 
Debbie Kirkpatrick 
Barry Kiser 
Kathy Knight 
Alfred Klingenschmidt 
Joy Klingler 



Lori Klutts 

Sheree Kuykendall 

Bonnie Kyle 

Amy Lake 

Yvonne Lambe 

Connie Lambert 

Penny Lambert 

Sylvia Lambert 

Roseann Lambeth 

Katie Lane 

Stephanie Lanier 

Tom LaSalle 

Danny Lassiter 

John Lattimore 

George Laughrun 
Sharon Laws 

Deborah Lawson 

Rebecca Lawson 
Susan Leach 

Hank F. Ledford 
James Lee 

Sidney Le Fevers 

Mike Lentz 

Joy Levi 

Teresa Leviner 

Craig Lewis 

Nancy Lewis 

Teresa Lilly 

Scott Linder 

Mike Linker 

Marie Little 

Elizabeth Livingston 

Mary Lockhart 

David Long 

Patrice Long 

Stephen Long 

Patrice Lovette 

Carolyn Lovingood 

Rodney Lowder 

Debbi Lucas 

Robert Lumadue 

James Lunsford 

Bill Lyall 

Doris Lyda 

Nancy Lyday 

Lynn Lyies 

Lynn Lyndon 

David Mabe 

Rhonda Mackey 





Michael Magnan 
Stan Mahaffey 
Mary Mandanis 
Micky Manning 
Becky Manning 
Debbie Maret 
Debra Markley 

Beth Marshall 
Debbie Martin 
Joyce Martin 
Linda Martin 
Nancy Martin 
Renee Martin 
Ruth Martin 

B. Franklin Mason 
Charlene Mason 
Gary Mason 
Gretchen Master 
Theresa Matthews 
James Mattox 
Reba Mauney 

Kathy Mayberry 
William McAulay 
Michael McCarmick 
Myra McClure 
Joetta McConnell 
Nancy McCord 
Terri McCormick 

Joyce McCormick 
Kent McCorry 
Denise McDonald 
Frank McDonald 
Sueann McElhannon 
Joy McFarland 
D. Welsey McGee 

Susan McGee 
Cynthia Mclntyre 
Deena Mclntyre 
Jan McKeithan 
Dawn McLaughlin 
Karia McLean 
Charles McKinney 

Cynthia McPherson 
William McPeters 
Tim McRee 
Nancy McRorie 
Madelyn Meadows 
Art Merrick 
Keith Merrill 



Randy Merritt 

Shelia Merritt 

Robert Middleton 

Lynn Milholen 

Christopher Miller 

Janet Miller 

Judy Miller 

Karen Miller 

Randy Miller 

Pamela Mincy 

Williann Miller 

Monty Minton 

Andrea Mitchell 

Steven Monk 

Mary Montegomery 

Jane Montooth 

Holly Mooney 

Ben Moore 

Evelyn M. Moore 

Jeana Moore 

Larry Moore 

Mare Moore 

Mimi Moore 

Susan Moore 

Pam Moran 

John Morcock 

Beverly Morgan 

Derrick Morgan 

Beth Morris 

Cindy Ann Morrow 

Liz Morton 

Ray Morton 

Sharon Morton 

Bobbie Moxley 

David Mullinix 

Linda Murphy 

Robert Murrah 

Nancy Murray 

Martha Muse 

Jeanie Myers 

Joyce Myers 

Steve Myers 

VIckey Nash 

Debrah Newell 

Becky Newnann 

Chip Nicholson 

Carolina Niven 

Sherry Norman 

Sandra Norris 




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Jimmy Oakley 
Patty O'Connor 
Margaret O'Doherty 
Stan O'Grady 
Carol O'Hara 
Joy O'Neill 

Beth Orr 
Candy Orrell 
Evelyn Osborne 
Jackie Osborne 
Becca Ostar 
Frank Overcash 
David Overcash 

Bentley Own 
Cherlyn Owen 
Kim Owen 
Sherrie Owens 
Kim Owens 
Gary Page 
Susan Pait 

Linda Pamplin 
Joel Papp 
Robert Pardue 
Bo Parham 
Susan Parlier 
Susan Parton 
Denise Patterson 

James Patterson 
Helen Patterson 
Andi Payne 
Amy Paythress 
Debbie Peacock 
Connie Pearman 
Nona Pease 

James Pegram 
Tonya Pendergraft 
Susan Pennington 
George Penny 
Susie Perry 
Jeanie J. Phelps 
Virlyn Phelps 

Katha Phillips 
Nancy Phillips 
Pattie Phillips 
William Piatt 
Fred Piercy 
Dewey Pinyan 
Ronnie Pinyan 




MUGS/169 



Terry Pittman 

Rosalie Pleasant 

Patricia Pless 

Terri Poison 

Debra Poole 

Ron Poor 

Ann Pore 

Susan Potts 

Mary Prevost 

Sharon Pressnell 

Timothy Presneli 

Kathy Prestwood 

Randy Prevette 

Joyce Price 

Rob Price 

Amy Priddy 

John Privette 

Francis Procter 

Charles Putman 

Barry Queen 

Sarah Quick 

Mike Quinn 

Clarence Raby 

David Ralston 

Jaime Rankin 

Page Rasar 

Kathy Roscoe 

Cathy Ray 

Bradford Rayl 

Terri Ranson 

Catherine Read 

Lester RedFearn 

Susan Reeder 

Andrea Reid 

Vicky Reid 

Virginia Reid 

Randall Reins 

Phyllis Reynolds 

Victoria Reynolds 

Mona Rhyne 

Wanda Rhyne 

Douglas Rice 

Sarah Richardson 

Sherrie Rich 

Carolyn Richardson 

Sherry Richardson 

Jessie Ridenhour 

Susan Ridenhour 

Phil Rierson 





Jack Riggs 
Ken Ripley 
Melissa Ritchie 
Kathyanne Roach 
Garry L. Roark 
Donna Robbins 
Lisa Robbins 

Sara Robbins 
Yvonne Robbins 
Sandra Roberts 
Rickey Roberts 
Caria Roberson 
Donna Roberts 
Thonnas Roberts 

Sally Roberts 
Dorothy N. Robertson 
Carl Robinson 
Kelly Robinson 
Lynn Robinson 
Dee Rogers 
Susan Roggenkamp 

John Roper 
Kathie Roper 
Suzanne Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Cynthia Ross 
Virginia Rott 
Carol Routh 

Mary Routh 
Lee Runnple 
Harold Rush 
Thomas W. Russ 
Jayne Russell 
Terry Russell 
Debbie Rutland 

Susan Stuart 
Martha Styers 
Beverly Suggs 
India Sutherland 
Beth Sutton 
Andrea C. Swaim 
Tom Swaim 

Sheila Swicegood 
Jill Sweezy 
Marilyn Swofford 
Karen Talbert 
Perry Tallent 
Annette Sasser 
Melloe Satchell 



MUGS/171 



Clifford Saunders 

Mark Savage 

Edie Scarboro 

Mara Scharff 

Nancy Schell 

Ronnie Schmertzler 

Brenda Scott 

Gary Scott 

Elizabeth Seawell 

Jan Seawell 

Brian Seebeck 

Patti Sellars 

Howie Seppi 

Norris Settlemyre 

Cynthia Setzer 

Cathy Shambley 

Jeanne Sharp 

Billy Shaw 

Nancy Sheets 

Carolyn Shelton 

Suzanne Sherrill 

Teressa Sherrill 

Lynn Shoemake 

Stan Shumolis 

John Shute 

Terri Shute 

Donna Sides 

Grace Sides 

Avis Sigman 

Sandy Siler 

Timothy Silver 

Mike Simko 

Randy Simmons 

Becky Simpson 

Charles Sizemore 

Susan Sizemore 

Joe Skelton 

Odie Skidmore 

Janet Slate 

Pamela Sloop 

Caria Small 

L. Phillip Smart 

Barbie Smith 

Christy Smith 

Debbie J. Smith 

Denise Smith 

Dennis Smith 

Diane Smith 

Roger Smith 




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Donna Smith 
Kathy Smith 
Marian Smith 
Marilyn Smith 
Michael G. Smith 
Nancy Smith 
Peggy Smith 

Rusty Snow 
Joy Sorrell 
Lynn Soundley 
David Sparks 
Toni Sparks 
David P. Sparrow 
Janice Speight 

Daryl Spencer 
Kathy Spencer 
Ruth Srednicki 
Ricky Stack 
Cindy Stager 
Bruce Stahle 
Anne Stallings 

Teresa Stamey 
Jeanie Stanbery 
Charles J. Stancil 
Jo Ann Stancil 
Bryan Stanley 
Susan Starnes 
Tina Starnes 

Scotti Staton 
Dick Steelman 
Dorothy Stewart 
Frances Stewart 
Hank Stewart 
Pandora Stewart 
Jack Stewart 

Paula Stewart 
Deborah Stocks 
Cheryl Stoker 
E. Stoltzfus 
Lynn B. Storey 
Carol Storie 
Deborah Stout 

Sharon Stowe 
Debra Stradley 
Angie Strickland 
Claudia Strickland 
Lynn Strickland 
Charles Strider 
William Tart, Jr. 



MUGS/173 



Robby Tatum 

Lauren Taylor 

Cheryl Teachey 

Glen Teague 

Kathy Tedder 

Dorca Templeton 

Jody Tester 

David Tew 

Jeanne Thomas 

Donna Thompson 

Gay Tilley 

James Tilley 

Patty Tilley 

Marty Todd 

Judy Toussel 

Timothy S. Townsend 

Nancy Trammel I 

Robin Trexler 

Gus Triantis 

Debby Troutman 

Karen Turner 

Kathyrn Turner 

Matthew Turner 

Phyllis Turner 

Vickie Turner 

Sam Underwood 

Randi Vanhoy 

Benjamin Vannoy 

Billie Vaughn 

Dannie Vaughn 

Laura Veach 

Vickie Verbyla 

Connie Vernon 

Randy Wade 

Cundi Wadsworth 

Lyn Wagner 

Beth Walker 

Cynthia Walker 

Sheryl Walker 

Kaye Wall 

Tony Wall 

Mike Walsh 





174/MUGS 




Susan Warren 
Rosemary Washam 
Kent Washburn 
Debra Waters 
John Watson 
Sandra G. Watts 
Lynn Weatherman 

Randall Welborn 
Jim Westmoreland 
Richard Wheeler 
Mary Whewell 
Joy White 
Samuel Whitson 
Debra Wilcox 

William Wilkinson 
Linda Williams 
Nancy Williams 
Bonnie Wilson 
Lisa Wilson 
Luther Wilson 
William Wilson 

Janet Wineinger 
William Winkler, Sr. 
Jan Winstead 
Liz Witte 
Roxanna Wofford 
Theron Womble 
Greg Wood 

Cheryl Woods 
Carol Woodring 
Daniel Woodyard 
Deanne Wright 
John Wright 
Peggy Wright 
Ricki Wright 

Nancy Wyant 
William Wyatt 
Jenny Yarborough 
Mike Yelton 
Laurie York 
Patricia York 
David Young 

Mellissa Young 
Tommy Young 
Rodney Young 
Mary Youngblood 
Becky Zufall 
Deanna Saleeby 
Paula Sanchez 



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